Milk Glass
Milk colored glass.
Mirrors are commonly made using glass with a smooth, polished surface that forms images through the reflection of rays and light.
Mirror Silvering
A chemical process used in the manufacture of mirrors, whereby a coating of metal, mostly silver, is deposit on the surface of clear or body-tinted glass.
A vertical framing section between glass panes.
mirroview glass
mirroView glass is ideal for concealing televisions and video screens. With its highly reflective mirror coating on a clear substrate, it gives your televisions and video screens a modern, transitional look.
Monolithic Glass
Describes a single sheet of glass. Excludes laminated glasses.
Mirror Mastic
A high-performance adhesive for mounting glass mirrors to various interior surfaces, including wood, drywall, metal and painted surfaces. It is flexible and will not become brittle over time. Mirror Mastic is easily applied with a caulk-gun, and provides a strong and permanent bond to most types of mirrors.