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Made of reclaimed iron and then finished with a metal finish, wrought iron has a distinct, metallic appearance.
These iron plansters can be used in many different projects, such as table tops, wall art, and decorative surfaces.
To make your own wrought iron mirror from reclaimed iron, check out our step-by-step guide.
Find an Iron-Tinned Table Table 2.
Cut a 1/4-inch thick piece of reclaimed steel using a router and a table saw.
Heat the steel on a stove until it is at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit.
Place a piece of scrap reclaimed iron on the table top, and then place a piece reclaimed steel on top of the scrap iron.
Repeat this process until the table is fully covered with reclaimed iron.
When all the reclaimed iron is completely covered, use a metal saw to cut a hole in the bottom of the table.
Fill the hole with scrap iron, then place it in the metal hole.
Place the metal planters on top to complete the finished product.
The finished product can be placed on a shelf, or displayed in your home.
Enjoy your workbench with reclaimed Iron-Finished Mirror!