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Evo-Stik Mirror adhesive 290ml
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A mirror adhesive from Evo-Stik, ideal for bonding mirror walls in shops, restaurants & gymnasiums.
- Suitable for bonding bonding mirrors to sound plaster, concrete, wood, doors, ceramic wall tiles, walls & ceilings
- Solvent free
- Suitable for bonding mirrors to sloping walls & ceilings
Features and benefits
This mirror adhesive from Evo-Stik is a specially formulated MS Polymer which is permanently elastic, designed for bonding all sizes of mirror safely. A bonded mirror is safer because there is no risk of large pieces of glass falling, in the event of breakage.
- Adjustable with high initial grab
- Permanently elastic for increased durability
- Solvent-free and low odour for a more pleasant job
- Easy to apply using a cartridge gun, for less mess
- Slump resisting paste formula
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Colour description||Light grey|
|Drying time||20 minutes|
|Chemical care||See information supplied by the manufacturer. Keep out of reach of children|
Very Hardware and Easy to adhere
GeoOnTheTools - 3 months ago
used it to put up very heavy mirror (50KG) in weight onto tiles very easy to move around and adjust highly recommended 100%
Great adhesive strength
Arn - 3 years ago
Bought this to fix my 3 huge wall mirrors, no doubt one one then was quit heavy and it's really easy to apply and hold really well at first time. I didn't use any screw to hold them permanently.
Exactly as it says
chelseachef - 3 years ago
Bought this on recommendations glad we did mirror still on wall and its a large mirror
Effective adhesive for wardrobe mirror
JudyB - 4 years ago
Used to stick mirror (1200 x 300 mm) to inside of a laminate wardrobe door. Adhesive caught immediately but it was still possible to slide the mirror around for perfect alignment for about 10 mins. It did need supporting at the bottom so it didn't slide down. It seemed to be stuck firm after a couple of hours, but I left the support there for 24 hours to be on the safe side
Can't believe it worked
Bigtimejk - 4 years ago
Managed to hold on 15 mirror tiles using only half the tube. Genuinely fixed on a vertical wall in 10 mins. Bottom tile needs a bit of support but plain sailing after that.