Windshield Repair Kit Cracked Glass Repair Kit


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DIY Windshield Repair Kit: Quick Fix for Cracked Glass

This guide helps you use a windshield repair kit to fix minor chips, cracks, and scratches on your car’s windshield.

Important Note:

  • This method is suitable for small cracks and chips, not large cracks or those exceeding 1 inch in length.
  • For deeper cracks, complex fractures, or cracks in your driver’s direct line of sight, consult a professional for proper repair or replacement.


  • Windshield repair kit (including resin, injector, curing strip, razor blade)
  • Microfiber cloth
  • Isopropyl alcohol ( rubbing alcohol)
  • Clear tape (optional)


  1. Clean the area: Thoroughly clean the damaged area with a microfiber cloth and rubbing alcohol. Remove any dirt, debris, or moisture to ensure a good bond.
  2. Prepare the resin: If the kit requires mixing the resin components, follow the instructions carefully.
  3. Secure the injector: Place the injector base over the crack, ensuring a tight seal. Use the suction cups or follow the specific instructions for your kit to secure it in place.
  4. Inject the resin: Slowly inject the resin into the crack using the injector plunger. Follow the kit’s instructions on the amount and injection rate.
  5. Apply curing pressure: Once filled, apply additional pressure using the injector screw or following the specific method for your kit. This helps push the resin deeper into the crack.
  6. Curing the resin: Most kits require UV light exposure for curing. Park your car in direct sunlight for the recommended curing time (usually 15-30 minutes). Alternatively, some kits use a curing lamp included in the kit.
  7. Remove the injector: Once cured, carefully remove the injector according to the kit’s instructions.
  8. Scrape off excess resin: Use the provided razor blade to gently scrape away any excess resin on the windshield surface, holding the blade at a 90-degree angle.
  9. Final touches: Apply a small piece of clear tape (optional) around the repaired area to prevent further contamination or dust buildup while the resin fully cures. Remove the tape after a few hours.

Additional Tips:

  • Work in a clean, dust-free environment for better results.
  • If the crack doesn’t fill completely, repeat steps 4-6 as needed.
  • Be careful not to overfill the crack, as excess resin can be difficult to remove.
  • If the damage is extensive or you’re unsure about the process, consult a professional for proper repair.

By following these steps, you can use a windshield repair kit to effectively fix minor cracks and chips in your car’s windshield, potentially saving time and money compared to professional repair or replacement.

               Color: 1 pack with UV Light

           Color: 1 pack without UV Light


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