Asked on Jan 9, 2019

How do I make a broken clock into a mirror?



Make a not working clock into a mirror

5 answers
  • Mogie
    on Jan 9, 2019

    Sorry but I don't follow your line of thinking.

  • Flipturn
    on Jan 9, 2019

    Since the part of the clock that previously held the face is no longer working, do you want to remove it, and install a mirror instead, using the rest of the clock as a sort of frame?

    Although it sounds like a neat idea, I would say that the cost of purchasing a mirror, then getting it custom cut to fit this space, plus the materials to anchor it in properly, would make this project no longer cost effective.

  • Mimi
    on Jan 9, 2019

    Flipturn, thank you for redirecting my thinking & realizing the cost. I was just wanting to keep the piece because of its size & color. Again, thank you

  • Flipturn
    on Jan 10, 2019

    You're welcome. Replacement clock mechanism parts are available for purchase, but, unfortunately, once again, their price might not make the project cost effective.

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