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Loctite 10 fl. oz. PL530 Mirror, Marble and Granite Adhesive


10 fl. oz. PL530 Mirror, Marble and Granite Adhesive

  • Provides superior bonding capabilities in wet and humid areas
  • Bonds to common materials found in kitchen and bath
  • Won't stain or damage materials
$522 /each
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Product Overview

Loctite PL530 Mirror, Marble and Granite Adhesive is a premium grade adhesive formulated specifically for use in general Kitchen and Bath applications. It will not stain or damage mirrors and solid surfaces as other adhesives may. PL 530 is formulated to bond in wet and humid areas. Recommended for use on mirrors, marble, granite, concrete, brick, tile, glass, drywall, and backsplashes. Low VOC formula meets Federal and State VOC regulations nationwide.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • Can be used on most structurally sound interior surfaces including installation of countertops, mirrors, and backsplashes
  • Recommended for use on electro-copper plated glass mirrors, not recommended for acrylic mirrors
  • Forms a strong, permanent bond for long lasting adhesion
  • Remains flexible; will not flake or become brittle over time
  • High initial grab formula helps in adhering on vertical surfaces

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have a 24x36" decorative mirror. The main mirror is surrounded by pieces of beveled mirror can I use this product to re-glue loose beveled pieces?

I have a large decorative mirror that hangs on the wall. The mirror has decorative pieces of mirror around the edges (also mirror) which create a beveled mirror look. The beveled mirror pieces have come loose. Can I use this product to re-adhere the loose pieces. I appears a black mastic was used originally. The pieces are approx. 1" wide by 24" long & 1" by 36"
Asked by: Jim
The best way to attach beveled mirror strips is with double sided foam tape 1/2"X1/16" then a small bead of clear silicone to prevent dust and water from accumulating and attacking the tape.
Answered by: ATeam9
Date published: 2017-07-02

Can this be used to glue a ceramic bathroom tile onto existing tile?

will it bleed through the tile?
Asked by: Kevin
No, this can not be used to glue ceramic bathroom tiles onto existing tiles.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-07-30

can this be used to attach marble fireplace surrounds?

Asked by: Jack
A good rule of thumb is never to use a solvent-based adhesive around heat. Thinset is far better for your application as long as it is allowed to fully dry prior to exposing it to excessive heat (a little is good but a lot can make it dry too quickly and it becomes brittle and fractures easily).
Answered by: Thomas
Date published: 2016-01-15

What color is this product?

I want to use this product to attach a marble backsplash to my powder room free standing vanity. It will not mount to the wall. Is this product clear?
Asked by: Anonymous
This has a light brown color to it.
Answered by: DanInKaty
Date published: 2016-07-29
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Customer Reviews

10 fl. oz. PL530 Mirror, Marble and Granite Adhesive is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I spent a couple days agonizing over whether or not to use this stuff on my mirror and spent some... I spent a couple days agonizing over whether or not to use this stuff on my mirror and spent some time of the phone trying to figure out if my mirror had the type of backing that would be damaged by this adhesive. My advice to you: skip this stuff and buy Glacier Bay Low VOC Wall Mirror Mastic (SKU #691248). It appears to be safe for all mirrors and it is only a couple of bucks more expensive.
Date published: 2017-02-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ruined my mirror in three months I used this product to glue a custom mirror onto a piece of furniture that we had restored (as a top). I followed the directions and applied. About three to four months later I can now see the outline of the glue pattern through my (expensive) mirror, thus ruining it. I called Loctite and was told that the mirror had to be electro-copper platted or this would happen. While I'm sure this provides them plausible deniability, I would expect a product that touts it's safe for mirrors would actually be safe for mirrors. I would not recommend this for mirrored use; how could I?
Date published: 2014-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This worked great I read the product reviews before purchasing this adhesive. The main thing to check on your mirror is if the backing is Electro-copper backing or Acrylic backing. I went on the internet to see images of both and found I had Electro-copper backing. Purchased the tube and applied to the door while laying flat and then placed the mirror on it and centered. I let it cure in that position for 24 hours. I installed the little plastic mirror clips on to the door too. I hung the door and you can tell while swinging the door that it is holding very well. It feeling like it is part of the door. I have no bleed through of any kind. After reading the reviews and all the lower ratings it was getting I am wondering if those people read the instruction and made sure of the backing on their mirrors. So take that into consideration when reading these reviews and check to make sure of the type of backing you have.
Date published: 2016-07-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bleeds thru. I can see exactly where I put the mastic on the mirror. I would not recommend and can't believe they actually sell this for mirrors.
Date published: 2015-09-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from not recommended I bought this product to use for hanging an acrylic mirror to the wall. I was told by the associate at the store that this would do the trick. Well, the mirror went up and is holding well. What I wasn't told was that the glue would bleed through the silver backing of the mirror. My newly purchased 36' x 48' mirror is ruined and now I will have to replace it. I plan on mentioning this to the staff at the store and I hope Home Depot reads the comments on here and either pulls the product or informs potential buyers of the damage it could cause.
Date published: 2015-04-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not use on Acrylic Mirrors Used this to secure an acrylic mirror from home depot and it completely desilvered it after it cured a few days later. The whole mirror looks like leopard print that can't be cleaned. Rather upset with it all. I read the Liquid Nails doesn't desilver, but probably not going to risk it again and just going to mount with screws.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stained our white marble tile! We used PL530 to glue some white marble tile to the wall for a backsplash in the kitchen. While the product was easy to use and seems to hold very tenaciously.... We can see each spot where the adhesive was applied behind every tile. Very dissatisfied with this product, especially since it is labeled for use on marble.
Date published: 2016-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific product, very strong bond I bought this to adhere sink rail porcelain tile to the edge of a cement board over plywood vanity countertop. It had great initial grab and bonded extremely well. Tile is rock solid, no wiggle, CANNOT be pulled off, and no bleed through the tile at all.
Date published: 2013-11-05
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