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I've had several windshields repaired this way. (archive)

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Posted by GGVM3 on October 03, 2000 at 12:31:46:

In Reply to: How to fix a rock chip on the front windshield? posted by Rakesh Saha on October 03, 2000 at 12:04:02:

The repaired windshield will look much better than before it was repaired and it stops future cracks from developing in that area. If you look closely at a repaired windshield, you can usually see a 1/16" cloudy spot where the glass resin was inserted.

Not all chips can be repaired successfully. However, most glass companies will credit the cost of the repair toward the replacement cost of the windshield if you don't like the way the repair looks.

Also, check with your insurance. I have State Farm Insurance and they have no deductible for glass.





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