Repair Convertible Back Glass

Repair Convertible Back Glass on a 2003 VW Beetle

A customer complained that the back glass on her 2003 VW Beetle convertible had pulled loose from the top.  After looking at the vehicle I confirmed that it had pulled loose from the convertible top and not the interior headliner.  Here is the procedure that I used to repair the convertible back glass. Continue reading

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Eight Facts & Tips About Auto Glass Repair

Eight Facts and Tips About Auto Glass Repair
by Jessica on Chiprang.com

Auto glass repair doesn’t have to be a big deal, but it’s still important to make sure you hire someone who is experienced and reliable. Here are eight facts and tips about auto glass repair that can help you understand the process…[Read More]

How to Protect Auto Glass and Avoid a Windshield Replacement in Winter

Here is a post by Windshield Replacement Phoenix that you should read:
Winter is a tough time, not just for the farming folk but also for urban dwellers, what with the many problems it brings for cars. Winter usually sees businesses in vehicle repair, such as auto glass repair businesses and car repair shops, getting an abrupt increase in the number of customers for windshield replacement jobs […]

You have a broken windshield, what should you do?

So, you’re driving down the road, maybe listening to a little Steely Dan–guess that shows my age doesn’t it?–and suddenly a rock flies up from nowhere and hits your windshield! Jeez, it scares the hell out of you! Ok, no big deal, that’s what insurance is for, right? So let’s go through the steps of what to do next. Continue reading

Windshield Repair

If you have a small crack in your windshield you should get it repaired before it spreads and you have to get a new windshield. Here is how a windshield repair works and what you can expect.

First, let’s take a look at the crack we will be repairing. See the dark area of the crack? That is the area that we will be repairing. We will fill it with a special clear polymer and then harden it to stop it from spreading. I use a small drill with a glass bit to open up the crack. That will allow me to vacuum the air out of the crack and allow the polymer to fill up the void where the air was.

Windshield Repair before Continue reading