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Old 04-28-2005, 03:56 PM   #11
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Walmart sells a chip self-repair kit now. I wonder if you could just put the epoxy on the windshield and spread it out with a razor blade. Might take a few kits to do a whole window.
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Old 04-28-2005, 04:29 PM   #12
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I'll check out those Aerovantages tonight.
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I use aerovantages as well, and have never had a better blade....supposedly the hydroclears are longer lasting, but who knows how well they work.......aerovantages clean better than anything ive seen
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I get a new windshield every year or two. My insurance doesn't care, and the glass company picks up my deductible. I just declare general 'pitting' causing glare in the afternoons.
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I use a wiper blade sold by Canadian tire called a reflex blade, it basically has no frame to it and is just a flexible blade, sounds really odd but they work really great.

I am well overdue for a new windshield it is really badly pitted from all the driving I do with a few stone ships in it.
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would clear enamel fix the pitting? ive been wanting to do sometihng about mine how much woudl glass repair cost? i dont wanna buy a new windsheild, i heard the HUD windsheild r over $1000
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