Quote Originally Posted by shabazmo View Post
I wont have thought so. The idea is to reflect light, so you need to have a good mirror. At least chrome like.
Regarding dismantling, Goodeone did it for me, and rom what I can remember, it was fairly logical and straightforward as long as you have delicate hands.
Ahh I see, it is a "firm" mirror, not transparent. Wonder why it looses the "metal" then. I have never seen any old mirror do that,
it seems to be the outside of the glass that is reflecting, not the backside as in a normal mirror.