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Old 03-24-2008, 01:30 PM
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mirrorizing glass

This is one technique i have not dabbled with at all and oddly enough i might get a commission that needs this done to some pieces. How difficult is it to do? I noticed on the peacock lab site that its recommended that you treat the surface with cerium or jewelers rouge, but if I am pouring this solution inside a bubble, i would assume that its not necessary. Im i ight on this?

Also, Am i wrong in assuming that is is a 'pour and play' type process in the fact that you simply pour some stuff inside the glass, swirl it around, then empty whats left over after wetting the inside surface with distilled water and viola.. instant disco ball?

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