REXI mirror is a glass product with regular reflective properties and metal-plated reflective films, it is framed with metal, plastic, or wooden borders, or just frameless.
In ancient times, obsidian, gold, silver, crystal, copper, and bronze were polished to make reflections. In 3,000 BC, there were ancient bronze mirrors used for make-up. In the 1st century AD, there was a large one capable of showing people's body. Small portable ones that were popular in the Middle Ages with combs placed in lockers of ivory or precious metals; from the late 12th century to the beginning of the 13th century, glass with silver or iron plates on the back appeared.
Initially the mirror was used to organize the appearance of the dress, put on makeup. Now it is used as furniture accessories, architectural decoration parts, optical instrument parts, cars and so on. In science, it is often used in telescopes, lasers, and industrial equipment. In China mirror factory it is generally made of a layer of metal on one side of the glass. In 1835, the German chemist Eustus Von Liebig developed a method of applying a thin layer of metallic silver to one side of a transparent glass. Silver nitrate was mixed with a reducing agent to precipitate silver nitrate, attached to the glass.
This technology was soon improved to provide the conditions for mass production for China manufacturers and decline the price. The reducing agent generally used is sugar or potassium tetrapotassium tartrate. In 1929, the British Pilton brothers improved the method by continuously plating silver, copper plating, painting, and drying.
Chinese suppliers suggest, when storing, it should not be stacked together with alkaline and acidic substances, and remember to avoid the humid environment.