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Subject: Mirrors


Author:
Martha Vaughn
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Date Posted: 11/ 29/ 04, 7:01pm

Being of the age where mirrors are not my best friend, I want to remove or cover most of the mirrors in our new to us, 1999 BB LXI. I'd like to get rid of the French bordello look and the prisms of light that dance all over the coach during the day and the reflected headlights at night. Does anyone know how the mirrors are attached? Can they be removed without damage to the underlying "whatever." Is it best to remove or cover over? Which is best for the resale value? Any suggestions for covering materials? Also does anyone have any ideas for turning the wine cabinet into something more useful?
Martha and Charlie, owners of "GigaRex

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