Quick and Easy Rear View Mirror Repair

January 10, 2014 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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Have you ever had the rear view mirror in your car suddenly become separated from your windshield? If this has ever happened to you, then you know the lost feeling that often accompanies this kind of mishap. After all, rear view mirrors have no discernible means of attachment to your windshield. There are no bolts, screws, or fasteners of any kind, just a smooth windshield and the plastic rear view mirror. That’s where our Pro Seal Rear View Mirror Adhesive (also available under The Original Super Glue Corporation brand) comes in handy.

Once your rear view mirror comes off, you will notice that there are actually two parts: the larger piece that houses the mirror and a small metal bracket that it affixes to. In many cases, the bracket slides right out. Once you have removed the bracket, you are ready to reattach your rear view mirror.

Repair is simple and easy. First, you will need to clean the inside of your windshield and the bracket of old adhesive. To reattach the bracket, simply apply our Pro Seal Rear View Mirror Adhesive to the bracket as instructed on the packaging. Apply the bracket to the windshield in its previous position, making sure you will have enough space to slide the mirror back on. Once the glue dries, you should be able to slide your rear view mirror back on and be ready to go.

Pro Seal Mirror Adhesive creates a permanent bond that can withstand extreme temperatures, both hot and cold. Have any of you used Pro Seal to repair your vehicles? If so, we’d love to hear from you!

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