$6.99 - $5.99
(as of Jun 22,2021 07:53:46 UTC – Details)
Easy to use and operate, convenient to transport and store. Can be used for all types of laminated windshields.
Take only minutes for repair, will save you a lot of cost and time to buy a new piece of glass.
Combines with a curing light to achieve better repair effects.
Practical car glass repair tool kit for all wise car owners.
It allows you to heal and repair various types of damage caused by traffic accidents, impacts, collisions, bumps.
How To Ues:
a. Once the damage occurred, cover the area with clear tape to prevent moisture and dirt from entering the damaged.
b. The damage area must be repaired as soon as possible to avoid the spread of small cracks.
c. The ideal application temperature is 60 to 90 ℉ (15 to 32 ℃). The glue will dry under UV light, if you do not have UV light, do the repairing under the sunlight 3-5 minutes.
d. The surface must be clean and dry for proper repair.
e. Do not expose the glue if it is not necessary.
f. Important! To reduce the risk of chemical touch with skin and eyes, please wear safety glasses and gloves when use this product.
1 x repair resin
1 x sleeve razor blade
1 x User Guide
100% new and high quality!
GLASS REPAIR- This windshield repair kit is designed to repair small damages in laminated automotive glass windshields. Allows anyone to fix a damaged windshield or window.
WIDE APPLICATION- This kit should only be used on bulls-eye, spider web, star damages, and some combination breaks smaller than 1 inch (25 mm) in diameter. This kit will not repair surface pits larger than or cracks longer than 3/16 inch (5 mm).
EASY TO USE- takes only minutes; Repairs all types of laminated windshields.
QUICK FIX- The glass repair kit can quickly and effectively repair small damages in 20-30 minutes.Save you lots of cost and time to buy a piece of new glass.
NOTE- If the damage(s) are in the Driver’s Primary Viewing Area (DPVA), as described in the ROLAGS, owners should have their windshield inspected by a professional glass repair technician to determine whether the windshield should be repaired or replaced.