Fix-A-Flat Fix-A-Windshield Repair Kit
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The Fix-A-Flat Fix-A-Windshield Repair Kit is easy to use and takes only minutes. It repairs all types of laminated windshields and minimizes the appearance of cracks and chips. Fix-A-Windshield also stops cracks from spreading with an advanced resin formula.
Fix-A-Flat Fix-A-Windshield Repair Kit:
- Easy to use
- Repairs all types of laminated windshields
- Minimizes the appearance of cracks and chips
- Stops cracks from spreading with an advanced resin formula
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||4.38 x 0.94 x 8.56|
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- Fix-A-Windshield fixed my 11" crack I used a cheap blacklight (like the hippie bedroom kind) to cure the epoxy since it was winter and cloudy and it worked perfectly. Barely visible.by Cayrn1/27/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This Fix-a-flat windshield repair kit worked great for me...I had a 6 inch crack on the passenger side. One needs to go slow in applying the resin, and then, unless you are down South (this being Winter), you will need a UV lamp (black light) to cure the resin before scraping the residue off the glass.by SM6012/19/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The first thing you want to check is whether or not your State's inspection code allows a repair on a crack of this size. Normally, anything outside of the diameter of a half dollar- or even as small as a quarter- end up to be difficult or impossible to repair. I might try something under the half dollar size (about 1-1/4 inches roughly) but anything bigger- even if it is legal- it'll take a pro to get it done. To find out about the State code, you can call an inspection center, your insurance company, and sometimes a local autoparts store or police officer. Also, don't forget to check with your insurance company, because many people opt to have the relatively small increase in premium to cover things like glass breakage. It may or may not be part of a policy under "acts of God," because you can insure just for this issue. Remember- the windshield is there to protect you. If you fix a big crack like that, and don't get caught doing it (assuming it is not legal / inspectable,) you can be assured that the next hit of significant force will cause the entire windshield to shatter. This, then, could also mean a loss of life, or at minimum an unpredictable loss of using your car until it's fixed. I hope you ask and find out your insurance covers it! Also, a hint- no matter what size you are repairing, make sure you apply a MODERATE amount of heat on the side away from the applicator. This helps to open the crack just a few ten thousandths of an inch, and gets the material flowing easier. Do NOT attempt repairs below the suggested lowest temperature- you'll be wasting your time and money. Best to do it with a warm car, or in a warm garage, or better yet- after it's been sitting in the bright sunlight for a while. Best of Luck Paulo!by Savage22310/11/2012Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?