Why You Should Use Glass Repair Liquid To Fix Your Windscreen
Windscreen cracks in your car can cause you to lose visibility and possibly even be the reason for an accident to happen. We realize it’s not very cheap to replace a windscreen. However, if you can repair it for a few bucks, why not do so?
Drive with confidence when you have this handy repair kit in your possession, and save valuable time and money that you’d otherwise spend at an auto repair shop.
Your days of worrying about unsightly glass cracks in your view are over with this all-new Glass Repair Liquid that fixes up any minor blemishes, restoring safe driving visibility to your windshield.
How to use the Glass Repair Liquid:
- Screw open the resin applicator and use the head to open the center of the glass crack
- Place the rubber mouth of the suction cup at the center of the crack
- Place a drop of the resin into the damaged area and paste one curing film over, ensuring no gaps or air bubbles
- Let the application dry under sunlight for about 15-20 minutes
- Check to see if the crack is healed
Suggestion: 1.clean the place very carefully, leaving no small pieces.
2. Let out all the air bubbles.
3. Work on a fine sunny day!
Some of the crack could still be seen after the repair, but over a week this has actually dissapeared, so looks like it keeps working for a couple of days after use.
Very pleased with the results.
There is enough resin in here to do a few repairs and I did a bullseye chip too. That came out ok.
Don’t expect it to be 100% completely gone, but it helps to lessen the effects of the crack or damage for sure.
One trick they tell you in the instructions is to heat the windshield from the inside with a hair dryer in order to get the resin to flow into the crack better. That helped a lot. Once you can see the crack is totally filled in, you remove the tool, put one drop on the hole, place a clear plastic piece over it and put your car in the sun for 15 minutes (or 1 hour if it’s overcast) and the UV light will cure the resin. Finally remove the plastic and scrape away the excess from your windshield using the enclosed razor blade.
My crack was tiny and I almost can’t even see it any longer. This kit really does the job and can be used multiple times until you run out of the resin solution.
At first, I didn’t think this would work but……….Let me show you with images, and no I am not being paid by anyone to do this. I stand by a product when it works. Took 3 times, make sure that you find the pin hole of the crack.
My case was “bullseye” effect.