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Old 09-11-2011, 08:23 AM   #1
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Mirror above vanity fall off

I have a 19ft bambi special edition 2006 and the mirror keeps falling off of the cabinet above the sink/vanity it is only held up by some kind of silicone and double sided tape, I applied liqud nails on it yesterday and don't know if this will even work, anybody have any ideas on how I can better secure the mirror to the cabinet door?
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I have a 19ft bambi special edition 2006 and the mirror keeps falling off of the cabinet above the sink/vanity it is only held up by some kind of silicone and double sided tape, I applied liqud nails on it yesterday and don't know if this will even work, anybody have any ideas on how I can better secure the mirror to the cabinet door?
There is a 3M product (I don't have the specific code name for it), available at WalMart that is designed specifically for your type of application.

It comes precut in strips. It's expensive, but will do the job well.

Good luck!
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PPL also makes a mirror adhesive (caulk) that you can get at Lowe's...
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I had a similar issue this past spring. I noticed there was a large amount of some kind of caulking behind the mirror but it is also held by mirror clips. I tried construction adhesive with minimal results, though the metal clips hold everything tight, but I would really like to find the "correct" product.

After an internet search, I see that Liquid Nails makes a mirror adhesive, LN-930, which comes in 10 ounce tubes for about $5 at Home Depot. Palmer Mirro-Mastic sells for $7 at Amazon.com. I think I will buy one of these and re-install. I'll feel better knowing it is installed as per the original. Thanks for the help.
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PPL also makes a mirror adhesive (caulk) that you can get at Lowe's...
Pardon my fat finger error above - it's PL not ppl. The product is made by Loctite....

Loctite PL Mirror Mastic Construction Adhesive at Menards
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