Adhesives for MirrorsJanuary 29 2020
Have you ever seen a blemished mirror? Ever wonder what has gone wrong?
A mirror is made by applying a thin layer of silver or aluminium mixed with a range of chemicals to a sheet or pain of glass. The coating layer on the glass is typically left without a coating or with a light protective layer. This is done to save on weight and ease of handling the mirror.
This layer or coating on the back of the mirror is not perfect. While it may look perfect, this coating can be damaged post application though chemicals, moisture or other atmospheric conditions. These can impact the mirror through the application surface or the rear of the mirror. Damage is visible through blemishes or blotching on the mirror surface.
When applying anything to the rear of a mirror including an adhesives. When applying an adhesive you need to be careful to use the correct product. Certain silicones or adhesives contain chemicals that can blemish the mirror.
When applying adhesive to a mirror, we recommend using Bond All Ultra. This universal sealant and adhesive is suitable for use on mirrored surfaces. Bond All Ultra can be used to adhere any mirror to a wall or fixture without impacting the mirror surface.
Bond All Ultra is available in a choice of four colours:
Bond All Ultra is fast curing, elastic, solvent free and has a range of other amazing attributes.
Bond All Ultra is the best value universal sealant on the market. It is 60% cheaper than the market leading sealant on the market. To learn more about Bond All Ultra or to make a purchase email firstname.lastname@example.org. See the Bond All Ultra Range Here
If you want to see Bond All Ultra before purchasing, then make sure you visit us at stand N14 at the Manufacturing & Supply Chain Expo in the Citywest Conference Centre on the 29th & 30th January.