Loctite Rear-view Mirror Adhesive Kit
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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
Loctite Rear-view Mirror Adhesive Kit is rated out of 5 by 67.Rated 1 out of 5 by Dredd from Don't bother I held it I place for over 5 minutes, went back to it an hour later and it cam straight off as I tried to attach the mirror. What a waste of moneyDate published: 2018-01-17Rated 4 out of 5 by marty13 from working well so far Only bought this recently to fix dashcam-time will tell... but all good so far,,,Date published: 2017-12-04Rated 1 out of 5 by Scoundrel from Rubbish I would have had better adhesion if I had bought blu-tack. This product is not fit for purpose and ought not to be on sale: it is not fair to sell a product which does not work. This product does not work.Date published: 2017-10-20Rated 5 out of 5 by Wiliams24 from Worked successfully My car interior mirror kept falling off with car sticky pads. I decided to use loctite and it held and has not fallen off, it's easy to use and drys within 2/3 minutes!Date published: 2017-10-15Rated 5 out of 5 by MikeyUK66 from It does what it says Recently had the need to re-attach the interior mirror and roof console (which is one unit), and having tried several other products - including a hot glue gun, this was a last resort. After reading the instructions it was pretty clear what needed to be done - this was remove the metal button from the back of the console, clean it thoroughly and then do the same with the glass at the fixing point. The idea being to glue the button to the glass and then when everything is set, re-attach the mirror. Except on this particular vehicle you can't - because the metal button is a triangular shape and would require the roof console to be slid forwards toward the front of the car, and this would require the head lining to be removed. Time to get on with it then: 1. Left the button in the console as no point in removing it - cleaned thoroughly but did not degrease. 2. Cleaned windscreen fixing point thoroughly to ensure all old adhesives were removed but did not degrease. 3. Cut the activated mesh to fit the button. 4. Opened adhesive and spread onto button. 5. Put activation mesh on button and pushed it into adhesive. 6. Lined console up and pushed to windscreen, holding with some pressure for about 5 minutes. It is worth mentioning at this point that the console and mirror assembly weighs between 500g and 1kg. 7. Slowly released pressure. 8. Console fell away from windscreen. So what went wrong? Well, the console is an odd Italian design and it has the ability to rock on the button before the adhesive goes off, I think I did this while trying to hold it. Its ok though because there is just enough in the kit to get a second attempt, so I repeated the steps and this time it held. It has already been 100 miles down bumpy back roads and is hanging on gamely. The console feels secure and does not move when poked. I hope it was worth the read, wanted to make two points - firstly the product seems quite capable of holding a console and mirror weighing around 1kg, secondly that I did not degrease anything - just made sure it was clean, dry and smooth. The only thing I would add is, keep perfectly still when waiting for the adhesive to set and if it is a console assembly, would suggest at least five minutes holding to screen will be required.Date published: 2017-09-26Rated 1 out of 5 by MRM5691 from Completely ineffective It may be that there are situations in which this would be an effective solution; mine was certainly not one of them. Perhaps I was naive to believe it would reattach my fairly heavy auto-dimming mirror but it failed to do so even for a minute. Best not to waste your money.Date published: 2017-06-17Rated 1 out of 5 by Stumymymy from Absolute Rubbish don't waste your money Followed instructions on packaging and wouldn't even adhere to window. Don't waste your time and money with this.Date published: 2017-06-01Rated 5 out of 5 by Terryterryd from Where sticky pads failed... After trying and failing with sticky pads, used this kit instead. Good prep work first: spotless clean surfaces, then wiped throughly and aggressively with IPA. Stuck the small metal guide onto the window and let it stay there for two days, just to be doubly sure! Then slid the mirror back on and it has been solid since.Date published: 2017-05-02
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