Locktite mirror adhesive is a pretty pricey fix. You'll probably need
several packages. I think 3M urethane windhshield adhesive might do
the trick, although I'm not sure if the glass has to have a primer
How about calling the desk manufacturer and having them send you some
Correct and if not used properly, it will cost even more money for do
overs. The OP would be better off of buying a kit from an auto glass
repair shop or elsewhere, but that is the best choice.
If it isn't primerless urethane, then yes, you HAVE to use the correct
primer(s) or it will just peel right off. Also windshield urethane
doesn't come off of your hands w/o urethane hand cleaner. And, if you
get it on your clothes or carpet it's not coming out, period! I would
advise the OP the stay far away from that type of urethane. It's like
a magnet when it comes to accidentally getting on things it shouldn't!
If you can't get a Loctite rearview mirror repair kit (a big one not
the one shot deal from an auto parts store) I would suggest
clear GE silicone II which can be bought at Home Depot and Lowes.
This is the kind of kit that I'm talking about. Be sure to clean both
surfaces (especially the aluminum parts) VERY well with a single edge
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