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by Glass Patch
August 28th, 2019, 5:23 am
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Re: Drystar

Greetings Back in the 80's we use to use a dry out chemical and I still have some from an old Glasweld system I have. I believe it is some form of alcohol. I often thought of some form of dry out bag that draws out the moister to place on the damage as well. I am still looking at other possibilities...
by Glass Patch
August 30th, 2019, 6:08 pm
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Re: resin leaking under seal

Using the single adjuster screw bridge instead of one with two adjuster screws has some limitations on curvature placements. With the single you may have to change the angle of the bridge so can fit flat to the glass and damage when a two screw adjuster allows you to adjust the bridge itself. Off an...
by Glass Patch
August 30th, 2019, 6:18 pm
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Re: pit cloudy

I can't tell for sure what you did, but it looks like a dirty pit. When drilling you want to remove the dust caused by the drilling. In the way back machine of repair, LOL I was taught to drill with the resin and dirty pits where common. I stopped that method when I knew better. You just wear out th...
by Glass Patch
September 3rd, 2019, 3:39 pm
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Re: Filled chip in windshield - outer edges not filled

Thanks for the info! You're saying go through insurance for the fix? I always looked at a bad or failed repair as a non repair and the next step would be replacement. A fix would be a messy repair and I wouldn't have the heart to charge anybody. Even the insurance people need to know who they can t...