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How to Fix a Chipped or Cracked Windshield (Like Brand New)

Repair a chipped windshield. Learn how to repair a chip or crack in your windshield so it comes out like it was never chipped.

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Original “How to repair a windshield”: https://youtu.be/QjuWqBzO7qY?list=PLDD611CFB36FC65F2
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How to fix a bullseye chip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YK1kpSZpMPM

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  1. I used your original video as a guide, but I purchased a different type of kit instead of the syringe type. This video was still very helpful for me to understand what each step is intended to do. The only trouble I had with the kit I used was that it still left a little tiny indent at the surface of the glass that won’t fill properly even though I repeated the last step with the cure strip 4 times. Scraping off the resin each time was an absolute nightmare. I’ll pick up the kit you recommended and see if that resin works a bit better, but I do think my repair is structurally fine. Thanks for the helpful videos!

  2. mine has a crack as big as the palm of my hand 😢

  3. Awesome job, I'm going to try your method on my headlight lens it has 3 inches cracked. Let me know if you have an idea for this

  4. What if the chip is smaller than a quarter but there are a couple cracks protruding past the quarter size?

  5. Some people are gifted to teach and explain things. You are one of them Chris! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Finally we get to see the headset rig

  7. How do i have the same exact car and have the same chip in the same exact spot

  8. Where you at? Come do mine😢😢😢😢😢

  9. Wow unbelievable job and I can do it myself now and save$ thanks to your Chanel.

  10. GREAT TIPS & VID #1 – Well done my friend 😉

  11. This is one those junk videos that rip you off. Done trust this video totally junk

  12. Garbage video. It’s only a YouTube marketing video. Don’t waste your money. It’s a trick that this guy use to earn money by marketing

  13. I am doing this right now 09.22.2023. There is a goof in the video. Around 7.20 into the video the syringe is shown locked into the upper tab of the plunger. If he didn't do anything to the syringe it should still be locked into the lower tab to maintain the vacuum. The next step is to remove the syringe, and then induce pressure into the system. I watched this video but also read the instructions. My kit is from Permatex.

    Also I squeezed in 2 drops and the pedestal appeared full. That couldn't be so I used a stick to jab the resin down. I ended up squeezing in the entire tube 😊. Don't think it's needed but one of the steps in the manual says to put a drop of the resin onto the patch before pressing down with the curing strip.

  14. Do you have an example of repairing a longer crack?

  15. 2:094:13 super educational! Thanks Chris!

  16. Will it fix pin hole chips? I just bought a used car and windshield has a lottery of them

  17. Wow, Chris! I honestly cannot see where the chip was after all the 'fix.'

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