How to Repair a Windshield Chip or Crack

How to Repair a Windshield Chip or Crack

DIY Windshield Repair. This is a how to fix your chipped windshield. If you do not do this as soon as possible the chip can turn into a crack overnight! It is easy and costs $10… A repair place will charge about $50 to fix the chip and a windshield can cost you over $500 to replace. This short diy video will save you time, money, and frustration! Plus you learn something cool!

Here is where I got the window repair kit:

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ChrisFix says:

Here is my newest video on how to repair a chipped windshield PERFECTLY!!!

Sebastian Cruz says:

I have a lot of those white dots on my windshield 0:03 how do I get rid of it??

Spencer Bradshaw says:

Great video but you might want to omit the tapping part. I had a 1/4” chip and then the light tapping to help the bubbles caused a 2 inch crack.

Noah Designs says:

Amazing work!!! Wish I saw sooner but def gonna try this!

Playa Unknown says:

hey chris do you have discord? would like to show you a pic of my windshield n see if its repairable, some sad mutt did a targeted attack on my ute, cause housemates vehicles where left fine..

Dave A says:

Will this work on a smart phone screen?

Atanacio Luna says:

Where to buy the kit?

Atanacio Luna says:

Outstanding clarity and completeness. I really enjoy the theory behind why things are done the way they are. Thanks. You ought to put a tip function o the vid. It saves me $130, so I would have a little tip for you.

Sun Search says:

This happened to me today. Took my car into a Safelite place. They were going to charge me $125 to fix the chip. Found out its all about the insurance. They charge that much because most people have their full coverage insurance foot the bill, so they charge whatever they want. I don't have full coverage on my 200k/mileage car and wasn't interested in the ripoff. Tech-guy was decent enough to recommend a smaller, locally owned independent glass repair shop almost across the street. Took it there, guy got on it right away, took 20 minutes, he charged me 35 bucks. Shout out to Gary's glass repair in Twin Falls, Idaho.

Steve C says:

Absolutely love your videos, I’ve learned so much. Thanks for all your great advice

Jose Rodriguez says:

Where can I buy it and the name of it

Benjamin Guinness says:

Everyone doing this repair please look at how the locking mechanism of the surenge I didn't know how it worked and messed everything up I wish he would of explained this better in the video

Benjamin Guinness says:

You didn't really explain how the clip hold the surenge in place when pushing back down.. I pushed down and then the liquid spilled out.. 🙁

Cino says:

Why crack at the beginign of video is on the middle of windshield, but at the end the fixed spot which you show is on the right side of windshield?

Raheel Naeem says:

Will this work on not a crack but a pit

Nick Knott says:

Excellent Chris thanks

George Raines says:

Anyone know if I can try this again the first time was a fail after the plunger holder fell out of place

JROC734 says:

Dude, you're the bomb. Thanks for the video. My 03 Lightning just got a crack like that in the glass and I only have liability on the truck so I don't think my insurance covers windshield repair on it.

Eric Nestor says:

This saved about $600! Thank you!!

Ann Douglas says:

Product is outstanding but really the guy who did it is fantastic!

Kayden Kozun-Bell says:

you can scrape a windshield with a blade and you will not scratch it. hold the razor straight as you want a resin layer over top of the original impact point

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