It can be so annoying when you are driving down the road minding your own business and suddenly a vehicle in front of you kicks up a bit of gravel and one tiny rock hits your windshield and bam, you have a spider crack. This immediately gives you that sinking feeling in your stomach that this little ding is going to get bigger and the entire windshield will have to be replaced, and that is going to cost you dearly. However, it doesn’t have to be that way if you use this simple method that is described in this easy windshield fix video tutorial by Chris Fix, on YouTube. When I found this video tutorial I was so excited to apply this idea to a ding that I had on my windshield.
Materials To Repair A Cracked Windshield:
- A microfiber towel
- Some rubbing alcohol (to clean and degrease the area)
- A safety pin (or a push pin, to clear any debris from the spider crack)
- A basic windshield repair kit (that can be found at any auto parts store, all the other materials you will need are in this affordable kit)
In this simple method that is described in this easy windshield fix video tutorial by Chris Fix, on YouTube, you will learn how to fix your windshield with a simple and affordable kit that can be easily found in any auto part store. You begin by, wiping the area with rubbing alcohol, then picking off the fragments with a pin.
Then, you will follow the simple instructions in the video tutorial to seamlessly repair the crack.
This is such an easy method to keep a small spider crack from becoming a big expensive problem.