Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DaninKaty 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 3.0 out of 5.0 by Chet Takes long time to set up
It took longer than expected to hold product in place. Hard to use with 8'x5' sheets.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lisa 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 Mike 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 gremlin 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 Joel 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 SadHomeDepotCustomer 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 Tony 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