How to Seal Cracked Glass?

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Sealing a cracked glass on your car is very cost effect as against replacing the windshield. If the crack is small you can seal cracked glass on your windshield by using a special sealant or resin. However, for bigger cracks, it is best you replace the glass. You can find more information here: www.buzzle.com news.carjunky.com
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How to Seal Cracked Glass
Sealing a cracked piece of glass is not as desirable as replacing the glass. It will be impossible to remove the impaired visibility caused by the crack in the glass. You can protect the crack from water seepage and further spreading by sealing it with... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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To seal cracked glass, you can use a clear epoxy glue. Make sure to work in a well ventilated area with gloves to protect your hands from the glue. Clean away debris fro the cracked area and apply the glue.
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1. Make the repair in a well-ventilated area, if possible. 2. Put on rubber gloves to protect your hands from the glue and glass. 3. Wipe away debris and moisture from the cracked
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Cracl seal resin is often used to repair cracked glass,namely auto
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If you go to a hardware store or automotive supply store of the right kind, they will have a small tube of UV curing glass glue intended mostly to glue mirrors back on windshields
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