Here are some general steps on how to repair a cracked windshield:
Clean the windshield: First, clean the cracked area of the windshield using a glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth.
Assess the crack: Determine the size and depth of the crack. If the crack is longer than 6 inches or is in the driver’s line of sight, it’s recommended to replace the windshield instead of repairing it.
Apply resin: If the crack is small and not in the driver’s line of sight, you can apply a windshield repair kit. Inject the resin into the crack using a provided applicator, and then use a curing lamp to dry and harden the resin.
Polish: Once the resin is cured, use a windshield repair kit to polish the area.
Please keep in mind that these are general steps for repairing a cracked windshield. If you are looking for an auto glass company to complete the repair for you, consider turning to Turning Point Glass Works for professional assistance.