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Jordan Scott serves as the assistant editor for USGlass Magazine. She has a background as a reporter for Tennessee’s Tullahoma News and associate producer for ABC2’s “Good Morning Maryland.” Jordan studied English and international studies at Virginia Tech where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Jordan is a voracious reader and has an extensive book collection. She is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do but jokes that she has now also earned her black belt in “attempting” to go to the gym. Jordan loves to travel and learn languages. When not abroad, she enjoys exploring new restaurants in her local Washington D.C. area.

Posts by Jordan Scott

Shower Glass vs. Shower Curtains

March 1, 2022

Deciding between shower glass and shower curtains can be difficult. We’ll look at the pros and cons of each to help you choose the option that’s best for your bathroom and your budget. Find out more.

Can I Paint uPVC Windows and Doors?

March 1, 2022

uPVC doors and windows can be painted, but should it be done? Find out if you should paint your old uPVC windows or if you're better off replacing them with new energy-efficient windows that fit your goal aesthetic.

The Many Uses of Mirrors

March 1, 2022

Mirrors do more than allow you to see your reflection. They can make a space brighter or appear larger. Mirrors also play a major part in feng shui. There are plenty of uses for a mirror in your home or business. What Does Your Reflection Show? While mirrors can be used to let you know […]

How to Clean Etched Glass Shower Doors

March 1, 2022

Etched glass shower doors add a personal touch to any bathroom. Whether you purchased a house that already had an etched glass shower door or you had one installed, keeping it clean is the best way to maintain your glass and keep your bathroom looking good.

How Does a Mirror Work?

February 18, 2022

When you look into a mirror, you see your own image and your surroundings reflected back at you. But how many times have you tried to look at the mirror itself, and question how it works? If the answer is at least once, know you’re not alone. To figure out how a mirror works, it’s […]

The Top Six Shower Door Enclosure Styles

February 18, 2022

Glass shower door enclosures can help brighten a bathroom by letting light pass through, making it appear bigger. Glass is also easy to clean compared to the standard bath and shower combo and adds value to your home. Learn about all of the top styles here!

Tips for Maintaining Your RV’s Glass

June 25, 2020

RVs can get dirty easily when traveling on muddy or dirty roads and it’s important to keep them clean to maintain your RV’s longevity. Keeping your RV windows clean is one part of that process. You’ll want to clean them periodically to keep your RV looking clean and fresh. Cleaning your RV windows also improves […]

Sights to See Through Your RV’s Windshield This Summer

May 12, 2020

You don’t buy an RV simply for what’s in it; you buy one because of where it can take you. There are plenty of sights waiting for you to see out of your RV’s windshield. Whether you’re planning a road trip with multiple stops or wanting to enjoy a single location, there’s a world of […]

A Guide to Farmhouse Mirrors

April 16, 2020

  Farmhouse style mirrors are becoming a popular décor item, made famous by the HGTV show Fixer Upper. They can add a rustic but elegant touch to any room in your house. There are a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles from which to choose. You can even make them yourself. What is a Farmhouse […]

A Guide to Full Length Mirror Options

February 3, 2020

A full-length mirror not only allows you to see yourself better, it can help a room appear larger and brighter. Learn more about the various full-length mirror types and options.

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