1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars6 Stars7 Stars8 Stars9 Stars10 Stars (Vote First)
How to Antique mirrors Using Paint Stripper and Bleach
Spread the love
  • 2
  • 3

Add vintage appeal to a modern Antique mirrors by distressing it with products found at the home improvement store.

Materials Needed:

Antique mirrors photo - 5

  • framed mirror
  • muriatic acid (available at most home improvement stores)
  • aerosol paint stripper
  • plastic putty knife
  • paper towels
  • cotton rags
  • spray bottle
  • funnel
  • ventilation mask
  • chemical-resistant gloves
  • protective eyewear
  • antique gold spray paint

You can open the photo gallery for detailed, step by step instructions

And also for you It will be interesting to read an article about the decoration of a mirror for a bedroom

Bedroom wall mirrors decorative

Don Safety Gear

Safety first! Put on protective eye wear, a ventilation mask and chemical-resistant gloves; keeping them on for the duration of this project. Also, it’s also a good idea to work on this project outdoors, or in an extremely well-ventilated area.

Antique mirrors photo - 3

Protect Work Surface

Cover work surface in thick plastic or a thick layer of newspaper to protect it from spillage.

Antique mirrors photo - 4

Paint Mirror Back

Coat the entire back of the mirror with a layer of antique gold spray paint. This paint color will show through on the front side of the mirror, and will also protect the reflective coating on the back side from loosening further.

Antique mirrors photo - 2

VERY INTERERSTING  Antique wall mirrors

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *