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Loctite Rear-view Mirror Adhesive Kit
The Loctite Rear-view Mirror Adhesive Kit compensates for differential thermal expansion of parts and is therefore also recommended for metal vent window handles and hinges.
Features and Benefits of Loctite Rear-view Mirror Adhesive Kit
- Ideal for glass mounted phone and radio aerials
- Suitable for glass and metal only
- Bond in minutes
- Clean and easy to use
Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.Rated 5 out of 5 by Rowan15 First class product Having made several attempts with other products to fix my rear view mirror to no avail this product did the job - and the mirror is still in place! First class product. 09 July 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by samson100 it does work Bought for a few cars in the past when ive needed to bond the interior mirror back in place and its always worked a treat. Follow the instructions on the back and you cant go wrong,only negative is it could do with a bit more adhesive!!4/5 05 January 2016Rated 4 out of 5 by bondradcot Effectively does the job Effectively fixed the interior mirror back to the screen. Pad was barely big enough to cover the base of the mirror and the price was quite high for a use once product but it was very effective where other products failed. 25 November 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by Belle24 Follow instructions carefully I had done a bit of research and read other reviews, and waited until it was a warm day before attempting to glue. Ensured everything was very clean with the loctite glue remover in windscreen and "button". Initially thought glue had dried out in tube, but did eventually get it out. Left "button" to dry over night before attempting to reattach mirror - first time I've ever tried something like this, but for a few euros it was def worth the try before getting the garage to do it for me. Been on for over a month now and no issues so far. Can be a little difficult ensuring everything is straight, but otherwise pretty easy 11 November 2015Rated 4 out of 5 by AuntieG Yes, it works Yes, it sticks a metal mirror button to the glass window! It doesn't stick dirt, finger grease, condensation, etc. So clean your window and mirror button beyond what you can see. If it isn't a hot day, then close your windows, turn on the heater and turn on the air-con to get rid of surplus condensation. Also put the metal mirror button over the vent to warm it up a bit. Follow the instructions and it will stick. I'll give it only 4 stars because they could have included a slightly larger piece of gauze and a few extra drops of glue so that you'd be able to have a second go if it fails. However, be mindful of the almost laboratory conditions you'll need and it will work :) 04 October 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by madcolford This do work I have use this few times on about 4 cars now , did read on here where other say won t work , well this how I did it and make it work 1 make sure where going use glue ,make sure mirror part real clean as much as poss, the glass must be real clean as well ,I use wire brush , sand paper plus knfie to clean things. 2,the glass need warm as much as poss ,if summer park car so sun on glass,winter run the car put heater on glass to warm glass up . 3 now cut mesh to size and then put glue on mirror part and put mesh on press mesh into glue and offer up to glass where need be and find hold it for good min or longer if you can 4 now let mirror glue set and not move mirror as love as you can so glue will set , with mine I let it set over nite 04 July 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by ApacheCamper Still there Removed all of old pad from mirror bracket. Cleaned window and bracket with surgical spirit. Fixed in place two weeks ago. Still in place, seems to work. Would be useful if an alcohol wipe was included to clean window and bracket. 23 June 2015Rated 5 out of 5 by BuddyBoy68 Stuck Fast This is an absolutely superb product and it worked a treat for me. I was a bit dubious though, as Arnold Clark Services and even Halfords Autocentre suggested this should be done at a windscreen repair shop, but I decided it was worth a try for under a fiver. It seems preparation is the key though, going by the other comments. I made sure the glass and the metal button were clean and smooth using Screenies wipes, once I noticed the existing plastic pad had to be removed from the button... I added only enough glue to evenly cover the metal button then applied the activator mesh that I had previously cut to size. I held the button in place on the window for the stated time although it seemed to bond instantly and now it's solid, saving me the money it would have cost having it done by a professional. Thoroughly recommended. 05 April 2015
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