Is acrylic mirror toxic?
This product as supplied is non-hazardous under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). However, under processing conditions it may become a health hazard to employees because vapors and/or particulates could be released.
What is an alternative to acrylic mirror?
We recommend using mirrored stainless steel if you need a solid, heavy-duty alternative to glass and acrylic, all while demanding crystal-clear reflections.
How do you take care of an acrylic mirror?
Once you have removed the dust, effectively cleaning an acrylic mirror is simple. All you need is warm water and mild liquid detergent to achieve the rejuvenated appearance you’re looking for. The warm water will encourage any dirt to lift from the mirror’s surface, and the detergent will help to break it down quickly.
What are the disadvantages of acrylic mirrors?
One potential drawback of using an acrylic mirror is that it can scratch more easily than glass. However, this can be minimized by using a protective film on the mirror’s surface. In addition, acrylic mirrors are not recommended for use in high-humidity environments as they can warp over time.s.