I tried to reattach my car door mirror with Q-bond ultra strong adhesive and filling powder with the result that it run down the car door and cured immediately.I need a recommendation as to was antisolvent or product I can use to remove this.I tried nail polish remover but it is a tiresome process with good result but am scared to continue further in case I damage the paintwork. Someone suggested Benzine but due to not being able to find who manufactures Q-Bond to get their help first I am scared to continue.Please Help!!
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1. Slide the metal disc off the base of the rear view mirror assemble. For newer models of cars the metal plate may have to be removed with a properly sized Allen wrench. These are L shaped wrenches that are designed to remove hex head screws and can be purchased at any hardware store. While there you should also pick up a razor blade scraper and some masking tape. 2. Head to your local Schuck's or other automotive store and purchase a rear view mirror adhesive kit for around $3. This super strong adhesive is a two part system that comes with a tube of glue and a vial of accelerant. 3. From the outside of the car, use masking tape to mark the area where the old glue adhesive still remains. 4. From the inside, scrape off whatever is left of the glue residual. 5. Since this glue only works in temperatures of 60 or above, you will have to make special provisions when the weather is cold. The car should be placed in a warmed garage or facing the sunlight. A blow dryer can also be used to heat up the windshield, although don't hold it too close to avoid cracking the glass. 6. Once the glue has been scraped off the windshield, wipe down the area with rubbing alcohol. The metal plate should also be wiped down with alcohol. 7. Apply the accelerant directly to the mounting area on the windshield. Allow to let dry 5 minutes. In the meantime, apply the accelerant to the flat part of the base plate as well and let dry. 8. Slather on the adhesive on the back of base plate and press it onto the glass. Hold in place for about 2 minutes until the glue begins to set up. Let the glue dry overnight before reattaching the rear view mirror.
immediately check your plyback connectors and wirings.there is a leak in your high voltage and this is dangerous so be carefull..to locate the leak,open the back cover of your tv enough to see the inside components...specially the plyback transformer..power on the tv and look for the arking of the high voltage.it is like a lightning strong light that produces the buzzing sound..once you see the source of the leak..power of the the tv.use a silicon adhesives (silicon gel) a silicon that is use by the glass intallers to bond the mirrors use on the display show room..apply the silicon on the leak area .apply a large amount of it to be sure there is no leak...once it is bonded you can power the tv right away...to check whether the leak is cured...
You can buy a special bonding adhesive at a parts store to fix this. Usually there is a piece that the mirror attaches to, which is glued to the windshield. You will need to follow the instructions on the bonding adhesive, which will include cleaning the area where you will attach the mirror, and usually you separate the base mount from the mirror, glue it, hold in place with pressure for about 1 minute, reattach mirror, and you will be good to go.
Call a automotive body shop supply, they deal in all kinds of chemicals, this includes adhesives for car repair, they might be able to help u, almost anything will damage the paint that is strong enough to remove this stuff