We use mirrors almost every day. And like a lot of every day items—from forks and cups to towels and shoes—we don't really think much about how these things are made.
But the secrets behind mirror-making are well worth a second glance.
Glass meets metal
In the newest OWLconnected's General KnOWLedge video, we're taking a closer look at how mirrors are put together, as well as how that's changed over time. Did you know that they were once polished discs of metal that were a sign of wealth? So why are they made of glass now?
Look into the mirror (er, video!) and all will be revealed!