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Glue for mirror back fitting



 
 
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Old July 16th 10, 08:46 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Tim[_7_]
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Default Glue for mirror back fitting

I am replacing a catch that is glued to the silvered back of a
bathroom cabinet mirrored door. The old ones, albeit some 10 years old
have affected the mirror-- marking through the silvering.
My question is what type of glue should i use that will be harmless to
the silvering. Super glue worked well on a test piece but is it going
to be harmfull later on?
Tks for any experience on offer.
Tim
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Old July 16th 10, 05:33 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
DieSea
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Default Glue for mirror back fitting

"Tim" wrote in message
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I am replacing a catch that is glued to the silvered back of a
bathroom cabinet mirrored door. The old ones, albeit some 10 years old
have affected the mirror-- marking through the silvering.
My question is what type of glue should i use that will be harmless to
the silvering. Super glue worked well on a test piece but is it going
to be harmfull later on?
Tks for any experience on offer.
Tim


I used the paste on super glue from B&Q

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DieSea



 



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