Friday, January 9, 2015
Indianapolis Mirrors: Where Glass Fails, Reflective Metals Succeed
The process of making mirrors for Indianapolis homes and offices can be summarized in two steps: cut and coat. After a slab of glass is cut, the metal backing is applied onto what would be the rear. The backing isn’t applied as a solid sheet but is sprayed evenly as a liquid solution. The mirror slabs are then cured in an oven at 265 OF to 285OF for at least 6 minutes. At this point, the finished product can be shipped straight to your home or office. If you want a more stylish vanity mirror, however, you can get one from a noted glass company in Indianapolis like Suburban Glass, which does further processing and finishing of mirrors to make them more ornate and decorative. If you want a customized design, you may also bring your own slab to them for processing.