Closet mirror can be updated to match any decor. With the use of glass paints, which are easily accessible, they can match the doors of the cabinets of the surrounding walls. Or you can paint a bold color accent to continue using them as a focal point in the room. Patrons can transform their obsolete mirror closet doors into works of art. With proper preparation, priming and painting, covering a mirror in a cabinet door is a cost-effective alternative to replacement.
Remove the mirrored doors from the runway and the side mirror position on trestles. Clean the mirror surface with a glass cleaner, rinse the surface cleaner with water and dry the surface with a lint-free cotton cloth. Paint the surface of the mirror with a thin uniform layer, priming the primer surface applied with a paint roller under the nap. Allow the primer to dry for 30 minutes.
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Paint the surface of the mirror with glass paint-dry air is applied with a paint roller under the nap. Allow the paint to dry for an hour. Place an adhesive stencil on the painted surface and paint the openings on the stencils with glass-air dry paint applied with a sponge, if desired. Allow the paint to dry stenciled for 30 minutes before removing the stencils and another 30 minutes before applying a clear coat glaze.