Proper Procedures for Cleaning Flat Glass Mirrors (FB06-24) - Downloadable Out of Stock
Suggested do’s and don’ts for cleaning flat glass mirrors
Mirrors provide both functional and aesthetic performance in the interior design for today's homes, office buildings, schools, medical and institutional facilities. In addition to the function of providing reflected images, mirrors are being used to move natural light further into buildings and enhance the openness of rooms. Proper cleaning procedures must be followed to ensure the long-term performance of mirrors. This document provides suggested procedures for cleaning flat glass mirrors.
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