NEW YORK — The U.S. Postal Service is selling a new mirror that’s made from the recycled material of the holloware railroads.
It’s called the Holloware Mirror.
It’s a big deal.
The Postal Service was one of the first companies to develop a holloware mirror and has since sold more than 100,000 holloware mirrors around the world.
The Postal Service says its new mirror is the first of its kind and is designed to be an affordable alternative to the regular flat-sided holloware.
“We believe this is the most attractive of all the products we have developed for our customers, because it is a mirror that is built to last, and to provide a mirror for that price point,” said Julie Williams, head of products and marketing for the Postal Service.
It was designed by designers at the University of Utah and made from recycled steel and aluminum.
The company says it uses a specially designed material called a glass fiber to create the mirror’s exterior, and a reflective surface that is made of glass, ceramic, and ceramic cement.
The mirror is made with the recycled metal used in holloware rails.
It looks and feels like a standard holloware but has the added benefit of being made with a much more environmentally friendly material.
It can also be reused for other purposes.
There are currently more than 500,000 empty railroads in the U.K. that are waiting to be filled.
They’re waiting for a replacement for the railroads that were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.
The Postal’s Holloware mirror is a good choice for a cheap alternative to holloware and other holloware-based mirror products.
You can order a mirror at the Postal Store or on eBay for as little as $29.95.
It will be delivered to your door in a protective box that is vacuum sealed.
The mirror comes with an optional rubberized rubber strap.
“This is the best mirror we’ve developed so far for our holloware customers,” said Karen DeHart, president and CEO of the National Holloware Association.