DIY Windshield Repair

Windshields are one of the most exposed parts of a car, and as a result more likely to be damaged on the way. Only one truck is needed to cast a stone well situated, and the windshield was chipped. Fortunately, the chips can be repaired with DIY kits. It is easy to do and can save a lot of money.

DIY Kits

Windshield Repair Kits DIY can be found at any auto parts store. Usually they contain sensitive resin sunlight, a syringe, an adhesive wafer and a pedestal. More expensive versions have a bridge system. The damaged area must be confronted, not cracked, and must be treated as soon as possible after the damage has been done. This is because the edges of the pit have not yet been worn, and the resin will be able to properly seal.

Using the Kit

For the basic kit, clean the chip with glass cleaner and let dry. Drill the center hole in the adhesive disk, then remove the rear and connect the disk to the windshield on the chip, indicating the tab up. Remove the back of the front and attach the pedestal to it. Uncover the syringe, twist on the pedestal, pull the plunger up to get rid of any air, and then push down. Do these ten times to ensure that the resin is forced into every corner of the chip. Let dry in the sun for 30 minutes, and the job is done. Remove the disc and pedestal with a knife, if necessary.


Lead to the damage of the windshield that obstructs the driver’s view is illegal, and chips untreated can lead to cracks and irreparable windshield in no time. The best part is, not only your windshield repaired, but has avoided breaking law. The resin is designed to look as natural as possible. When he was cured, it should be almost invisible.