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Repair a Cracked Windshield AT HOME!

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2 foot crack easily fixed, Permanently. Chips are even easier. The stuff I used to repair the windshield Amazon: http://amzn.to/2CVXIO2 Glass Drill Bits: http://amzn.to/2qIZIzH Links to the Videos at the end: Tailgate lift struts: https://youtu.be/jdN-4QBStuQ?list=PLUtQYRyYUbS7600x174CUk2QiWBCsFd66 Faded and Scratched Paint: https://youtu.be/36embO9Jts0?list=PLUtQYRyYUbS7600x174CUk2QiWBCsFd66 Remove Rust from Chrome: https://youtu.be/JkHyARsjNEg?list=PLUtQYRyYUbS7600x174CUk2QiWBCsFd66
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realvipul (1 year ago)
this is the best Repair a Cracked Windshield vid on youtube.......very easy to understand
Garald Eazy (9 months ago)
sixtyfiveford hey can you do this with a 24inch crack in my windshield
TriniLotus #LotusLife (1 year ago)
sixtyfiveford how did you use the drill but, by hand or is there a method to it? thanks again ;)
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks. I'm glad it was a help.
shaqdasmack TGP (7 days ago)
Call safelite
David Mutua (25 days ago)
This is awesome...... I'll try it on my glass shield.... Thanks for the video.
sixtyfiveford (25 days ago)
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it.
Burt Purvis (1 month ago)
Hey sexyfiveford i tried repairing a chip while the vehicle was screaming down the road! Where did i go wrong? It all went pear shaped when the driver went through a car wash.....
Heather Murtishaw (1 month ago)
You just saved me a hundred bucks!
sixtyfiveford (1 month ago)
I'm glad the video was helpful.
Kimberly K (1 month ago)
If a gravel truck was the cause of the crack, is there any way to have them pay for it? Or impossible?
sixtyfiveford (1 month ago)
It's impossible unless you have dash cam video proving it.
toppervikingo (1 month ago)
Do you, or anybody else, know if it is possible to use the product for a broken glass induction cooktop?
sixtyfiveford (1 month ago)
This stuff won't handle the heat of a cook top.
GABRIELE GIUFFRE (1 month ago)
thank you so much fr the info ...... :-)
sixtyfiveford (1 month ago)
I'm glad it was helpful. Thanks.
nunya bizz (1 month ago)
This didnt wrk for me. When i touch my windsheild on the outside where the crack is ... it feels like the crack is on the inside of the glass.. drilled the hole for nothing. Tried filling in the hole, that didnt work either. The shit dripped down my windsheild and was a fucking mess. Bs
Carlos Crespo (1 month ago)
Great idea👍👍👍👍
sixtyfiveford (1 month ago)
Thanks, I'm glad it was helpful.
gruntman1985 (2 months ago)
I assume you fill the drilled holes with the resin as well, is this correct?
sixtyfiveford (2 months ago)
Yes, you are correct.
Pania Thong (2 months ago)
Great video! After you drill at the end of the crack, do you have to tap it to make a bullseye? Also can you use an 1/8 inch glass drill bit with Dremel? Thanks!
Pania Thong (2 months ago)
sixtyfiveford like this drill bit: https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F201657094815
Pania Thong (2 months ago)
sixtyfiveford thanks, most dremel at Home Depot doesn’t have the 1mm drill bit. Do you think you can use a 1/8 inch glass drill bit which is around (3mm) to drill with a dremel? Most other videos show a special drill bit of 1mm in size.
sixtyfiveford (2 months ago)
I don't feel a bullseye is necessary but you need to make sure you go through the first layer of glass. A Dremel would work great.
Craig Creative (2 months ago)
Awesome and clear instructional video.
sixtyfiveford (2 months ago)
Thanks, I'm glad it was helpful.
Steve Polverini (2 months ago)
Couldn't see it on my phone so that is a PASS!
sixtyfiveford (2 months ago)
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it.
dampsalt (3 months ago)
118 safelife employees disliked this
sixtyfiveford (3 months ago)
Very true.
J.J. K. (3 months ago)
Im about to do this cause my car got a rock chip then turned into a long crack just like yours. If the crack is old will this still work even if there might be dirt in the crack?
sixtyfiveford (3 months ago)
This crack was almost 2 years old.
Snax (3 months ago)
So can I do this at night when theres no sunlight at all?
sixtyfiveford (3 months ago)
Yes.
Michael (3 months ago)
Why not use dish soup and water? 5 to 1 soap to water....
sixtyfiveford (3 months ago)
For what?
solid snake (4 months ago)
And the cracked won’t grow after that ?
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
It won't. The purpose of drilling the hole through the outer layer of glass is to give the crack a dead end. The resin holds the crack together and prevents moisture from getting in and expanding the crack.
Adriana Haave (4 months ago)
Thank u! 👍🏼
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Thanks, I'm glad it was helpful.
Mohammad Jassar (4 months ago)
Good job thank you
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Thanks, I'm glad it was helpful.
E.A.DOMINGUEZ Dominguez (4 months ago)
What if my back windshield is shattered and broken..i dont think this will work
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Yeah, you're going to be looking for a new back window. They're made out of different glass than the windshield.
Christopher M (4 months ago)
Snowblower kicked a stone up and we have an 11 inch crack!! As soon as temperature rises over freezing, I'm following your advice!!! Thanks!!!!
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
That's stinks.
Mark Nicola (4 months ago)
Sweetness. I been getting pulled over for my inspection but it’s just cause I can get it inspected cause my windsheid. Thank you I’m for sure going to try this hopefully I won’t mess up lol
temenlarry (4 months ago)
Hell yeah!!! Thanks!!!
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it.
Carat Cranker (4 months ago)
I watched this guy re-gas the 7 up cooler, I thought he was a fridge mechanic, I just watched him repair this crack, If I had watched this first, I would of thought he was a windscreen dude. Moral here?, you are very clever mate, I will like and subscribe. You also come across with a lot of common-sense,
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Thanks Mate. I'm glad you enjoyed the videos.
William Hou (4 months ago)
Thanks. I'll try this.
sixtyfiveford (4 months ago)
Take your time and do it out of the sun. This will give you the best results.
Stephen Cook (5 months ago)
I have a question. So does heat or cold temperature affect the crack? Because I have a half a foot long crack in my windshield that was a shorter length the day after the windshield got the crack.
sixtyfiveford (5 months ago)
Hot and cold shocks will make it grow. For instance, spraying cold water(car wash) on a hot windshield will increase a crack. But for the most part, just air temperature won't because the entire windshield is slowly transitioned.
64maxpower (5 months ago)
good work
sixtyfiveford (5 months ago)
Thanks. With a little patience you can get really good results.
claudette dalton (5 months ago)
thaaannkkk god i found this vid was just about to spend 200 dllrs on a windscreen to replace yeeehhaaaa thank u God!!!
sixtyfiveford (5 months ago)
I'm glad you liked it.
RobG M3 (5 months ago)
Awesome.
Daz X (5 months ago)
GENIUS
sixtyfiveford (5 months ago)
I'm glad you liked it.
Jaciel Flores (6 months ago)
So does this technique actually work im in need of a solution!!!
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
It does, but don't expect a completely invisible crack. It will be 70-90% invisible.
Meme Biologist (6 months ago)
Thank you very much
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
Thanks.
ashlee1313 (6 months ago)
How do you know when you've drilled far enough?
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
It's around 1/8" of an inch for each layer of glass plus 1/8" for the gel resin in-between them. So drill down 1/8" and you'll be through the first layer.
paul austin (6 months ago)
Shi*! Wish I'd seen this before spending £700 ($1100) on importing a replacement Isuzu Vehicross screen from Japan to fix a 2 inch crack! 😞
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
That's an expensive windscreen.
Oleksii Ivanenko (6 months ago)
Will this work on a house window??
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
Sorry, it won't. House windows have no support behind them where windshields are actually 3 layers laminated together.
Non Of (6 months ago)
Awesome
sixtyfiveford (6 months ago)
Thanks
Em DoubleU (7 months ago)
Wow!! thank you very much, you've helped me already.. been worrying about this on my windshield.
sixtyfiveford (7 months ago)
Awesome, I'm glad the video was helpful.
Horacio Ulloa (8 months ago)
Do you have to drill the hole? will it still spread if You put the resin over it
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
The hole is put there to give the crack a place to dead end.
Bee Free (8 months ago)
Stop using those permanent ads that we can't click off so we can see what you are trying to show us! Those ads are a pain in the a**, they ruin your video!
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
There are no choices for choosing the ads displayed. They are chosen for you individually based on your traffic through Google.
Sandra Newton (8 months ago)
You are awesome dude!!!Thank you for such great info/videos!!☺
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
Thanks Sandra. -Moe
Dylan Mayhew (8 months ago)
Hahaha! This is great! I am considering buying a truck and one of the problems it has I cant afford to fix is a crack windshield... The one of the truck I am looking at is a bit more ugly then yours. but if it can hide it well enough to not get anyones attention on the inspection then perfect! Then maybe one day in the future i can figure out what to do next.
Dylan Mayhew (8 months ago)
Yeah cracked windshields count against inspections where I am as well. But I've never seen a mechanic go out of his way to find a crack. So if its hidden well enough not to catch any attention I should be fine. Now I just gotta check the couch cushions again and figure out what sacrifices I am going to make to buy this truck my eyes are on... Then bring my mechanic buddy with me since I'm already breaking the bank and can't afford anything else I can't fix my self.
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
It will never be flawless, but I would say it's 95% gone in low light and 70-80% less visible in bright sunshine. My State is a pretty big stickler for things like this and it has passed every year since.
Anthony Manuel (8 months ago)
thank you, great tutorial. I'll be fixing mine on monday
Shyam Bhakri (8 months ago)
Thanks for the video, very helpful. Wish I had seen it before. I have used the kit to fix the crack in my windshield. it didn't come right. Is it possible to re do it. Can i clean it and fix it. Is there a way to clean it. Thank you! Sam
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
This will still flow into a previous failed repair.
Jacob O (8 months ago)
Is that a Toyota motorhome?
sixtyfiveford (8 months ago)
It is.
RanchCracker420 (9 months ago)
As a glass technician with a lot of experience, its laminate, even if you push the inside of the windshield and force it in the crack, the glass still comes together and touches, whether you made the crack disappear or not there is still a crack, and no amount of resin is going to stop it if it wants to run, like i said, when you release the pressure from the inside of the windshield, that forces the resin out as the crack comes back together, so there is still nothing between the crack, so you paid 20 bucks to put a thin layer along the top, which still wont stop it from running.
Pat Stabile (6 months ago)
a professional glass repair like you will charge 5-10 times the price of the kit for the same repair. if you're repairing this is a good option for alot less money ;-)
zeb doz (9 months ago)
well gonna give this a try this weekend so when i do i will come back and tell my results!
sixtyfiveford (9 months ago)
Take your time in the shade and you'll have good results.
Michele (9 months ago)
Wow!
Cedric Jackson (9 months ago)
Thx
sixtyfiveford (9 months ago)
Thanks for watching.
Mustafa Ahsan (9 months ago)
Do u need to drill a hole on both sides of the crack?
sixtyfiveford (9 months ago)
Yes. The hole through the top layer of glass simply gives the crack a place to dead end and stop it's progression.
Mauro Garcia (9 months ago)
Lol I think I fucked up, trying again tomorrow though
iamgerry86 (10 months ago)
Great video and results! How much resin are you using? I don't see you putting any additional resin into the tool.
sixtyfiveford (10 months ago)
It doesn't take much. You only put in a few drops at a time.
Michael Godson (10 months ago)
great idea thank u for sharing
sixtyfiveford (10 months ago)
Thanks.
kendin yap (10 months ago)
thank you , this video is the best Repair a Cracked Windshield video
sixtyfiveford (10 months ago)
I'm glad it was helpful. Thanks.
Sonia Ynclan (10 months ago)
awesome!
sixtyfiveford (10 months ago)
Thanks.
Ali Omar (11 months ago)
Thanks for the video and hard work, however, I could not order the product through your link, as it could not be shipped to Canada!
atvking400 (11 months ago)
Awesome video bro, I'm definitely gonna give this a shot this weekend. Thanks for the vid!
sixtyfiveford (11 months ago)
Thanks.
Stacey Mcdonald (11 months ago)
I just didn't quite understand about the drilling/drill bit part...he didn't show that.
sixtyfiveford (11 months ago)
Drilling a small hole in front of the crack will generally prevent the crack from continuing to grow. The crack with hit this hole and stop.
ItsPaul (11 months ago)
Hey man thanks for the advice i just want to ask whats the black stuff you put on the wind screen ??
sixtyfiveford (11 months ago)
Bearing grease for cars.
Lincolnator (11 months ago)
is that a datsun?
sixtyfiveford (11 months ago)
Toyota.
dmfww5 (1 year ago)
Sweet Brother...Great vids,,,,thanks
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks. I hope it was helpful.
J Hare (1 year ago)
Got myself a nice one from some damn interstate work. Nice tutorial, gonna give it a try
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Take you time and you'll be pleased with the results.
Muhammad Zaki (1 year ago)
gotta try this and pass the inspection
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
This stuff has always worked great for me.
O Salgado (1 year ago)
That stuff on the inside is called interlayer, is laminated tempered glass.
shanesmaineshop (1 year ago)
great tip o the grease
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks.
Revonoc (1 year ago)
does this work for phones lmao (in not actually happy(
SikhestGamer (1 year ago)
This is worth the shot, I don't even want to know the cost to replace the windshield.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
I've had great luck with it over the years.
Joe Donohoe (1 year ago)
Thanks for this vid, it's awesome! One question: did you use an actual power drill with the glass drill bit or can you just drill it by hand? Thanks a lot!
nicole harry (6 months ago)
I mean the type of ins we carry, "we" as in commercial drivers carry through my company.
nicole harry (6 months ago)
This is the part that makes me super nervous to try this! I have 2016 Honda Fit EX that I use for Non Emergency Med. Trans. & got in it last night to find a 6" crack running up the center of the windshield :( The type of ins. we carry does not cover auto glass.....WTH? My husband would be on board to give this a try except for the drilling part. He thinks we will make it worse and should just pay someone else to fix it. I think we can do it! Would a dremel be better?
jrj90620 (8 months ago)
Try a dremel.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
I used a power drill. Just go slow and steady with very minimal pressure.
Caleb Hohneke (1 year ago)
Awesome! Thank you good sir! I honestly can't thank you enough for giving me some hope that I won't have to replace my windshield. (The crack in my windshield spread over a foot on my way back from work today...so I have been extremely salty haha) I will try it out this week and I will check back in and let you/ and fellow youtubers know if it worked for my windshield.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Take your time and do it out of the sun. Let me know how it goes for you.
Nikhil Acharya (1 year ago)
can you please tell how many drops do you use for a crack that long.. and how is even release pressure ensured?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Just use as much as it takes, don't put too much thought into it. Too much and resin will be spilling everywhere, not enough and you can just add more. The same with pressure; if the resin isn't flowing into the crack there isn't enough pressure.
Tim King (1 year ago)
Great job, but before going through all that hassle, check your state's Free Windshield Replacement Laws. A lot of states require insurance company's to repair windshields for free or replace them for $100 (no deductibles). Here in VA I have had 3 windshields repaired for free, and one replaced for $100. Just call a auto glass repair shop in your area, they will tell you all the details.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
There are quit a few online articles on it. They are paying out 1500-2500 on your account and any company is gong to get their money back one way or another. Several years ago I had my rates go up very minimally. I noted as they had always dropped a few dollars or stayed identical. As a note, I haven't had a single ticket or accident in over 15years and have had the same company for over 20years. I paid no mind to it, but they(Nationwide) randomly called a few months later to do a "how can we be of better service" call. I asked about the few dollar raise in rates and she typed away and she immediately said, "it's probably due to your accident 2 years ago". Of course no such accident ever occurred. She claimed it showed I had damages totaling around $2000 to my wifes Ford Escort. After a few minutes of research the "damages/accident" was a windshield I had the glass company replaced with zero out of pocket. She quickly tried to back pedal and claimed they don't penalize. I no longer pay for this benefit on my insurance.
Tim King (1 year ago)
I have never had my rates go up after having windshields repaired or replaced, most insurance companies don't count glass damage as a claim on your policy, but I guess it depends on your insurance company.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
The only issue with this is that your insurance company dings you for these and considers them virtually the same as an accident? The auto glass companies charge 1500-2500 against your insurance to replace even with your free or 100 dollar deductible. So costing your insurance company money is going to raise your rates.
TheNefarious001 (1 year ago)
This video definitely gets a thumbs up. The price to have this done "professionally" is $80. I don't care if my doing it looks 10% worse then theirs if it saves me $60.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks. Most shops won't touch a crack like this.
Isa Esquivel (1 year ago)
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straight pipers (1 year ago)
will this work if the crack goes to the edege of the windsheild
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes. The crack is just weaker if it reaches the edge and will flex more.
David Gaultiere (1 year ago)
The amazon links don't seem to work for me. Can you post updated links?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
I just checked both and they are working.
Norman Wells (1 year ago)
1:00 It will do chips too?  What is the widest diameter chip you can do with that kit?  I had one about 2 inches across and drove up to one of those mobile chip repair guys and he started yelling at me when I was probably over 50 feet away about how he couldn't do it.  Just wanted to ask.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
It'll do any size chip.
heatherwildcat (1 year ago)
what happens if i dont do the glass drill bit part at the end of the crack (i dont have a drill- im a chick)
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes.
heatherwildcat (1 year ago)
so the Rain-x brand is good?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
I've done it without drilling a hole and been fine. The hole just stops the crack from spreading, but so does the glue.
Joel Ruiz (1 year ago)
My windshield has about 12 inch crack it cracked when I turned my heat on (live in a really cold climate) could this still help? Anyone know?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes, this will help the crack from continuing to spread.
Testing (1 year ago)
Why can a windshield be repaired and a huge double-paned picture window can't? I have a huge picture window that has a three inch crack on the outside.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
An auto windshield is 3 layers consisting of 2 sheets of glass and a thick rubbery binder between them. So generally only 1 layer is cracked and the other glass layer and rubbery binder hold the cracked layer steady enough for the resin/glue to bind the crack closed. A large picture window is very thin glass and bends very easily with the wind. So there is nothing to hold the single sheet of glass still and it will crack repeatedly.
Ian C (1 year ago)
The crack will eventually spread since the resin is too weak and the drill hole is not the right drill bit for the job.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
It's already passed my State's ridgid NO windshield crack safety test 2 years in a row and will pass it again in few months.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
2 years later and it still looks fantastic.
John Kelley (1 year ago)
Next time, grease the suction cups and move it along the path instead of eyeballing it and doing it with your hands.
Jared Basco (1 year ago)
hi I was wondering if this method worked under winter conditions? my concern is the cooler temperature might affect how it works.
Jared Basco (1 year ago)
+sixtyfiveford awesome thanks so much.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Works the same. Resin only needs daylight to setup.
Luke Martin (1 year ago)
I've had a bit of success with the plastic syringe type resin injector. It never completely removed my bulleye's but did the job I wanted them to do, which was stop the crack from growing. Next time I'll try this style. Thanks for the video!!
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
If you look at professionally done bull-eyes repairs, most are still very visible. I've had better luck with this style vs the syringe.
Harpreet Singh (1 year ago)
Very informative, going to try it now, Thanks! I had a rock hit my windshield that grew to 10 inches after like a week.
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
That's discouraging when they grow so quickly.
Greatmoose (1 year ago)
41 people disliked, 41 one of those worked at auto-glass.
Lincolnator (11 months ago)
i hope that's true, because i'm going to do this myself. all i can afford anyway
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Very true.
Wow Pm (1 year ago)
i tried this earlier and i realized the windshield cracked through all 3 layers.... i applied to both sides so lets see how it goes tomorrow.
Beau Gaskell (1 year ago)
+Wow Pm ya I'd say so... That must've been quite a rock at a good speed to take out both pains
Wow Pm (1 year ago)
Carpe diem glxke it did helped a bit but the damage was worse than i thought. I had to replace the windshield.
Carpe diem (1 year ago)
How did it turn out?
Ed Rogers (1 year ago)
will this work with a 40 inch crack?...
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Ed Rogers It'll be close with one. The crack in the video was around 3 feet and I had a little left over to do a few rock chips.
Ed Rogers (1 year ago)
will the 1 kit enough to repair the 40 inch crack? or i need 2 of this repair kits?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes. Take your time and do it out of the sun. The crack will never be invisible but generally it's no issue getting a crack that large to disappear 75%.
Cassondra Selonke (1 year ago)
I don't have a drill to use the drill bit in. Do you have to do that part or will it keep spreading with out it? Everytime we warm up the car the crack spreads and it needs to stop lol
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes and no. The resin from the kit will prevent spreading by keeping water out and gluing the crack together. But drilling reassures it will stop and give a dead end for the crack. If you don't have a drill, I would still do everything else in the video, as it is a ton cheaper than a new windshield.
Medelene Tran (1 year ago)
Would this work on a glass table top..?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
It should, but I've never had the opportunity to try.
Diane Abdulla (1 year ago)
Very awesome video! Thanks!!
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks.
Brian Pytleski (1 year ago)
Thanks for the video! I think I'm going to grab this product and try it today. My local walmart has it available for pickup today. My question is this: does it matter WHERE on the windshield the crack started on? Mine started cracking yesterday, the crack originated at the very bottom left edge, right near where the glass manufacturer label is. It is now spreading up and across my field of vision. Im just concerned that since the crack started at the very edge and not in the middle like most cracks, that drilling it might be a disaster. Maybe I'm over thinking it? Here's pics of what it looks like. What do you think? https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B42H-6dyKARJdEpIMEsycEJReTA
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Personally I would drill a hole in front of it to stop it from continuing up. But these kits have enough resin to try that crack a few times, so you could try it out without drilling and it may stabilize it enough to stop the spreading. Just don't push it open from the inside without drilling as it will spread. I have done several cracks without drilling with good results.
Glenn Dixon (1 year ago)
this is amazing good job
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks. I hope it helped.
Evelyn Gilbert (1 year ago)
There are also mobile glass unit professionals who will do a long crack. Ask them when you call for the repair, and they will come to your car location to do that for you.
g1rl6oo (1 year ago)
Impressive
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Thanks. I hope it helps.
Robert Waswick (1 year ago)
can you do the resin without drilling it or do you have to drill it?
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Yes. The drill is just used to stop a huge crack from going further.
Damon Terrill (1 year ago)
im going to try this hopefully the product is avaliable in new zealand
Doom OfTheLoom (1 year ago)
Did the crack expend till you make that video or the repair seems to hold on good? Cause I live in quebec with strong winter and im scared about the weather effect on that kind of repair.
Doom OfTheLoom (1 year ago)
alright thanks man!
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
It holds up great. It easily handles my winters where it drops to -20C and sometimes colder.
surimaribo24 (1 year ago)
thank you so much i orderd one today
surimaribo24 (1 year ago)
will do thanks again
sixtyfiveford (1 year ago)
Take it slow and do it in the shade(evening better) and you'll get good results.

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