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I know this is a basic thing, but I want it to stay fixed to the windscreen for more than a few days.

I awoke a few days ago to find my rearview mirror had taken up residence in the passenger footwell. (Now been moved to a temporary house in the glovebox)

My question is, what should I use to fix it back to the windscreen? I have tried the sticky pad things on cars in the past and not had a lot of success. They don't seem to like the sun or the cold.

Also, there is some of the old glue still stuck to the windscreen. What is the best way of cleaning this off without damaging the windscreen?

Is there any other prep I can do to help prevent the situation from recurring?

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