Colored Mirror Acrylic

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$3 per lineal foot
Flat edge for gluing
$1 per lineal foot
Minimum length 6" Minimum length 155 mm
$1.25 per lineal
$4.10 per lineal
NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS ITEM
$5 / pc | 4 corners
inches
$2 per hole
holes
per sheet
Available hole sizes:
1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 1/4", 5/16", 3/8", 7/16", 1/2", 9/16, 5/8”, 11/16”, 3/4", 13/16”, 7/8”, 15/16”, and 1”.
After placing your order you will receive an email with instructions for sending us hole sizes and their locations.

New at TAP Plastics: Colored Mirror Acrylic. Our color acrylic mirror sheet is made from OPTIX® continuously processed acrylic sheet. It uses vacuum metalizing, and each sheet is given a mirror finish that is protected by the industry's toughest, most durable backing. An overage of 1" is provided on standard sheet sizes for maximum yield when a 3-mil laser cuttable film covers laser cutting and all mirror acrylic colored sheets. Available in blue, gray, gold, red, bronze, and green.


Benefits of using colored mirror acrylic:

  • Elegant and trendy look.
  • Contemporary and refined color ideal for retail point of purchase, consumer goods, and jewelry fabrication.
  • Easy fabrication and fitting.
  • Indoor use
Acrylic mirror is a safe, lightweight alternative to glass mirror. It isn't as rigid as glass and can easily be distorted in not mounted in a rigid frame or flat backing. Be sure to read and follow our installation guide.
 
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