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

$5.22 /each
  • Provides superior bonding capabilities in wet and humid areas
  • Bonds to common materials found in kitchen and bath
  • Won't stain or damage materials

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

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July 27, 2016
will it bleed through the tile?
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July 28, 2016
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No, this can not be used to glue ceramic bathroom tiles onto existing tiles.
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July 28, 2016
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The PL 530 Mirror, Marble, and Granite adhesive needs to have one porous surface for bonding. I do not know if the tiles you have are porous or have a glaze on them. This adhesive is not recommended if this application is in a shower.
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July 28, 2016
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Not that I would put tile over tile, but I think you could do this with this adhesive without any bleeding through. The tile material is not absorb the adhesive all the way through or have a chemical reaction. Should give a firm hold between the two tiles.
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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?

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July 18, 2016
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"
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July 20, 2016
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The PL 530 adhesive will not bond to two non porous surfaces. The black adhesive you are referring to is an older adhesive and will not be compatible with another adhesive.
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July 19, 2016
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This item will work as a glue.
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July 19, 2016
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Yes it should work fine. Be sure of the kind of backing on the mirror so it doesn't bleed through.
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can this be used to attach marble fireplace surrounds?

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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).
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Yes this can be used for marble fireplace surrounds. Just be absolutely sure you are using a continuous bead around the entire edge of the surround. After you have a continuous bead around the surround then you should put a bit of excess in the center of the surround as well for added adhesion. You also need to make sure you have a nice smooth surface, this will not work over a broken up old surround or Read More
Yes this can be used for marble fireplace surrounds. Just be absolutely sure you are using a continuous bead around the entire edge of the surround. After you have a continuous bead around the surround then you should put a bit of excess in the center of the surround as well for added adhesion. You also need to make sure you have a nice smooth surface, this will not work over a broken up old surround or if you are trying to adhere to marble to brick. Works best to adhere it over an intact surround such as ceramic tile or old marble, or if you can put new cement board down and adhere it to that, that is the preferred method.
If your surround is segmented and not one continuous piece then be sure to use tile spacers so the tile does not slip while the adhesive is curing. Also if you are using a segmented surround such as marble tile then you will want to build a support to hold the tiles that are over the fireplace opening from sagging while the adhesive is setting. This product has great grip, but marble is pretty heavy and will sag without any support on a vertical application.
Be ABSOLUTELY SURE to allow at least 3 days curing time as the vapors from this product are EXTREMELY flammable. (says 48 hours, but due to it being a fireplace, I'd give it an extra day or so) DO NOT USE THE FIREPLACE for at least 3 days. After 3 days go right up to the surround and give it a good sniff to see if you detect any of the vapors (trust me when you use it, you'll notice the vapor smell). You want to be sure no vapors got trapped while it was curing, if you can it helps to open the flue while it is curing to help get some airflow.
Have used this on a lot of marble and it works great. I have even used it on white marble and surprisingly it did not stain through the marble. The product is dark grey and so I had thought it might bleed through, have had an install with white marble for 6 months so far with no bleed through what so ever. Read Less
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October 20, 2014
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Loctite cannot recommend any of our consumer adhesives for sure around a fireplace orany heat source.
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What color is this product?

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July 4, 2013
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?
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This has a light brown color to it.
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Product is a dark grey and dries to a slightly brownish grey when fully cured. Have used it on white marble and it will not stain it or bleed through. If you have it peeking out from the edge without cleaning it, you will be able to see it.
In this picture I attached you can slightly see some of the cured product slipping out from under the marble on the right side.
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July 22, 2013
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Loctite PL530 Mirror, Marble and Granite Adhesive dispenses and cures a tan color. As it is behind the backsplash material, you will not see the tan color once the marble is installed. Clean uncured adhesive residue and tools immediately with mineral spirits in a well-ventilated area to the outdoors. Cured adhesive may be carefully cut away with a sharp-edged tool.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by There's no guessing on this adhesive. IT WORKS GREAT! When I was faced with the need of a sink and mirror for my convalescing older brother's bedroom, I chose to keep it simple. A pedestal sink and a good sized (24x36) mirror...so he could wash and groom himself. The mirror was modestly priced and of excellent quality. It did arrive with its own installation parts included, but to be on the safe side....I had ordered additional installation parts. The additional parts...with the exception of the adhesive...which I did use, will be held for future projects. *S* August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mirror fell off the door. I had a problem where the bathroom vanity mirror fell off the door after only 2 years. The mirror crashed on the faucet, sink and floor. The glue separated--it still adhered to both the door and the back of the mirror. It had dried to a fine gritty consistency. I do NOT recommend this product. July 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. September 28, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. April 5, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by So Embarrassed An old friend has a very successful hotel/restaurant. He had 6 coffee tables made of a wooden base and covered on 5 sides with an expensive antique mirror. After a year or so, the mirrors on the cubical tables were broken and chipped. He asked me to recover the tables with a similar mirror. The mirrors were very expensive, considerably more than regular clear mirror. I picked up a few tubes of PL530 and proceeded to glue the mirrors to the tables. They cured for 48 hours. I delivered the tables this morning. By 4:00 the mirrors on the sides of the cubes had fallen off. The PL 530 had not cured completely. The residual amount left on the back of the mirrors hardened completely, after the mirrors had fallen off the tables. Fortunately none of the pieces broke. February 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. February 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for marble! I used this product to adhere a white marble 2.5 inch border to ceramic tile. Even though the product is a dark grey in color (you typically don't want to use anything dark with white marble) it did not stain the marble and has not bled through at all. I was very surprised that you can't tell at all as I have seen what happens to white marble when someone tries to use normal dark grey mortar on it. Outstanding hold and when cured it seems to be rock solid. Has been 6 months and still no color bleed through on marble at all. Just be sure to vent the area as it has a fairly strong smell for a few days after application. Tube lists 48 hours to cure, took about 48 hours for the odor to be completely gone. Went back and got another tube to use on a marble chair rail install. Great stuff! December 27, 2014
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