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Thanks! I use first surface mirror to make kaleidoscopes and its $60 for a 12"x9" sheet.
Hi, I realize this is an older video but I'm hoping I can get a quick reply.I need a two way mirror to create a smart mirror with a TV behind it.Will stripping the back paint allow the TV to push an image through the silvering and act like a normal mirror when the TV is off?tks in advance.
Hi there, what did you use to scrape/rub off the aluminum? My attempts with a paint scraper, fine sandpaper and steel wool just scratch the glass underneath. Thanks!
hello, I hope you are still answering questions. WHich solvent did you use as "paint thinner"? I tried MEK and Acetone, neither worked at all.
you are rubbing some. If you strip paint off acrylic mirrors you absolutely >>>can not<<< rub. the aluminium comes right off and you end up with holes. For glass it is great tho thx
This is how videos should be made. Gets to the point, no tiresome setups.
Thanks for guiding me to a cheaper alternative for my lidar project.
Is it very usefull for diy cinema projector ? I am searching first surface mirror but i can"t get enywhere. Can make one by using this method for my diy cinema projector ?
Thanks! You just saved me 50+ bucks.
Not what i was looking for to solve my situation. But still very informative
if you don't know why make up a number?
Thank you! I got a bunch of mirrors for welding and was disappointed to see my arc twice : ( With your help i can fix them.
+GREENPOWERSCIENCE Would this be the same process used so a flat screen TV can pass through the mirror?
Hello!! Thanks for this tutorial! Very instructive ;)I can't find in France what you call orange peel oil spray... What kind of product can do the job? Any spray? Degreassing spray (ex : brake cleaner?)
i want that ingot!!!!
Wow. . . thanks for the tip Dan. Never knew that.
wouldn't that make the metallic layer vulnerable for oxidizing?i watched you on the preps show today on national geographic channel, i hate that show but it was really fun watching you building your project.