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Old 01-05-2015, 01:56 PM   #1
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Covering Mirror With Brick Veneer


My fireplace is finished out in mirrored glass. I want to refinish the outside in a stone veneer. Is there a way of installing over the mirror without removing it?
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My fireplace is finished out in mirrored glass. I want to refinish the outside in a stone veneer. Is there a way of installing over the mirror without removing it?
NO...remove the mirror.
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No.Had to ad more letters just to say no.
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That deserves a Sam Kinison "No, No, Nooooooo!!!"
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Oh, honey. No.
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Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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Look your self in the mirror and ask... Do I really want to put all that work and money into it with substrate that could be problematic???
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I'm sure the OP will upon 'reflection', decide it's not a good idea.
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actually, it could be possible. firstt, you put framing, then cement board or whatever. then the veneer. basicly, like the mirror was never there, kinda
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remove all the mirror 1 st please....then proceed...thank you
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Scaring the next renovator could be fun.
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