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Wide View Convex, 16 in., 36 ft.
- Item # 20LP23
- Mfr. Model # SCVI-16Z-4DP
- UNSPSC # 46171609
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 6.0 lbs.
- ItemWide View Convex
- Approx. Viewing Distance36 ft.
- Viewing Angle180 Degrees
- Lens MaterialAcrylic
- Rim TypeAluminum
- Mounting LocationWall or Ceiling
- IncludesMounting Hardware, Single Z Bracket
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Will acrylic be ok outside in freezing weather?
It says backing is hardboard.
I thought if the backing is hardwood, I can paint it and keep it sealed.
Or is it cardboard or what?
This mirror is meant for indoor use only and would not hold up to the elements outdoors. The backing is like a corkboard, not hardwood.
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