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  • Should You Repair Auto Glass Before Privately Selling Your Car?

    When you're thinking about selling your car, you'll have to go through the usual process of deciding what to fix and what to leave as it is. Unless your car is relatively new and well maintained, it's likely to have a number of issues that require your attention. Such issues can be a problem when you're trying to sell the car. One of the things that may need some repairs or replacement is your auto glass.
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  • Did A Tool Fall Off Of A Shelf In Your Garage And Crack The Windshield? 3 Steps To Get It Repaired

    Out of all the places where you could park your car, you would think that your home garage is the safest. After all, garages are built to keep out foul weather such as hail that typically damages auto glass. Now, a freak accident has occurred, and a random tool falling off of a shelf has somehow managed to crack the windshield. While this is an annoying inconvenience, you can use take these steps to fix your car's windshield right away.
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  • Three Crack Patterns in Windshields and How To Fix Them

    Cracked windshield repair is a mix of art and science. Fixing the cracked glass takes a little bit of knowledge about glass crack patterns and a little skill in repairing them. It is not recommended that you DIY this kind of thing, but if you are going to try, you should know the following crack patterns and how to fix them. Rosebud or Flower This is a weird sort of pattern, since it drops a circular hole in the middle and chips out semi-circular edges around it.
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  • Hearing A Whistling From Your Windshield? Act Fast To Prevent Full Replacement

    Getting a new windshield is a great way to ensure that your car and your family is safe. Unfortunately, there is a small chance that minor installation problems cause windshield whistling. If this is the case, you might end up with severe cracks that require professional repairs. Whistling Noises Are Caused By Improper Installation When professionals install a new windshield in your car, they have to make sure it sets properly in the grooves.
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  • Did Your College Kid Come Home With A Broken Windshield? 3 Things To Teach Them About Auto Glass Care

    There is nothing more exciting than when your kid comes home for a visit from college, and you always use this time to give their car a quick check. While you knew that there would likely be a little maintenance required, you are surprised to discover how bad of shape their windshield is in. As you prepare to get their windshield fixed, make sure to cover these tips with your kid so that they know how to take better care of their car's glass.
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  • Dealing With A Cracked Windshield? 3 Things You Should Avoid At All Costs

    If you own a car long enough, eventually you're going to end up with a cracked windshield. Whether it's from a piece of gravel being kicked up by a passing motorist, or your kids tossing things around in the yard, it's bound to happen. What you do next will determine how well the problem is resolved. Your windshield is a vital part of your vehicle. It provides protection during accidents, keeps road debris out of the passenger compartment, and keeps the rain off you.
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  • Are Your Windshield Wipers Destroying Your Windshield?

    Windshield wipers are a safety feature on your car that you might rely on dozens of times throughout the year. Unfortunately, the feature can lead to damage that results in the need for repairs. To help you protect your car, here is what you need to know about the possible damage from windshield wipers. How Can Windshield Wipers Hurt Your Car? The idea that windshield wipers could cause damage to your car sounds absurd, but it is possible.
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