I have a mirror that has lost whatever the coating is that is on the
back of the mirror that causes it be a mirror. Is there a product
available that you can apply to the problem area to make it reflective
With modern enviro laws, probably not, but glass company will be happy to
send it out somewhere for you. However, unless it is an antique, or has
unusual features like bevel edges or etched/chased bas-relief designs, it is
usually cheaper to replace it, or if it is in a fancy frame or something,
have new mirror glass cut for it. Sheet mirror stock is pretty cheap.
Do a Google/Yellow Pages search on 'resilvering' for your area.
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