Why are mirrors afraid of moisture? Mirror glass is usu […]
Why are mirrors afraid of moisture? Mirror glass is usually cut before use. Water vapor will easily enter the mirror surface from the side cut by the glass knife, corrode the mirror surface, and produce mildew and rust spots. Therefore, after buying the mirror, apply a layer of lacquer on the side of the mirror and also on the back.
Many families do not install the shower room to separate the wet and dry during the bathroom decoration, so the bathroom is kept in a damp state for a long time, so proper maintenance of the mirror is indispensable.
Don't rush to install the mirror you just bought. First coat the side with a layer of paint or anticorrosive glass glue, which can effectively prevent moisture and water vapor from entering.
In normal use, do not touch the mirror with wet hands, and do not wipe the mirror with a damp cloth, so as not to be invaded by moisture and make the surface of the mirror black.
When wiping the mirror surface, you must wipe it with a soft dry cloth or cotton to prevent the mirror surface from being rubbed. Dip an appropriate amount of detergent on the mirror surface with a dry cloth, and wipe it evenly. The active ingredients contained in the detergent can effectively prevent Water vapor condenses on the mirror surface, which can play a good anti-fog effect.
Before bathing, you can apply soap on the mirror surface, and then wipe it with a dry cloth. The mirror surface will gradually form a layer of soap liquid film, which can prevent the mirror surface from blurring.
In daily use, the mirror should not be in contact with acid-alkaline substances, otherwise it will corrode the mirror surface.