Ensure surfaces are clean (can be applied on wet or damp surface, its ideal if the surface is dry)
Apply a layer of masking tape along the perimeter line where Selleys Blockade is to be applied
Cut cartridge tip with a knife or blade and inset into caulking gun
Attach nozzle on cartridge and cut the nozzle tip at 45 degree angle
Apply zig zag on the portion
Attach masking tape to temporarily fasten the mirrors/fixtures in place while adhesive dries
Adhesive fully dries after 24 hours
For Applications on Mirror:
For mirrors up to 6mm thick, apply strips/beads of adhesive approximately 8cm apart. Do not apply adhesive as ‘blobs/dollops’, or over vinyl backing, or within 5cm of mirrors edge as this may affect product performance or cause dis-colouration.
When mirror is pressed onto the wall strips of adhesive must not spread into, or touch one another. A gap must remain between them.
Support mirror with clips or tape until adhesive develops strength (normally 72 hours).
Mirrors should not be fixed directly to unpainted timber, plaster, concrete or brick walls. These surfaces should be painted to prevent potential damage to mirrors.
Not recommended for fixing vinyl back mirrors.
Not for permanent water immersion.
Not for repairing broken glass.
Cannot be painted over.
Do not use as the sole bonding agent for structural bonding.
Not suitable for totally enclosed bonds. Adhesive requires air to cure.
Painted surfaces should not be flaky or peeling. Freshly painted surfaces should be allowed to dry for at least 7 days before job is done. Test compatibility on painted surface before using.
For vinyl backed mirrors, apply adhesive inside vinyl cutouts and not over the vinyl.
Glue lines may be visible through surfaces that are not perfectly opaque.
If in doubt, conduct an adhesion test by curing a little adhesive onto mirror backing for 24 hours. If adhesive can be peeled off, do not proceed.
Uncured product may be removed with mineral turpentine.