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How do you know this was for me??????? Sticks and Stones!!!!!!!!!
And I'm pretty sure there was plenty of those thrown at you. Especially by those Corvette owners that you upshoved with that Butcher's apron on. Did they ever wunder why you had a apron stained with blood while working on their cars????
Everyone knows that award was for you!!!!!!! Look up A-Hole in the dictionary and your face is next to the definition.......
PA glass posted this on Deltas site. Now why didn't I think of this?
I had a 2012 gr Cherokee today. Very tight spacing with underside trim. I managed to get my cold knife in but it was too short to cut through. No way the longer blade was going to get in there. I remembered that I had a 5/16 carbide hole saw. I used Gorilla tape to protect the paint, lubed it up with glass cleaner and bore a perfect hole up against the top. I then had a perfect entry point for the longer blade. Still used an air express on the lower few inches of the sides. I guess I have been doing this about twenty four years, still find something new to try now and then. I will also be using this method to get a wire started when it's so tight you can barely see the end of the wire starter poking through if you start on a side.
back on track. yes you can repair laminated glass,no matter what part it is. as for butch hack allot and the dash slash kid ,maybe you should move to a better forum for your child like banter. glass**** should work.
Did our 1st door glass resin repair today on a laminated door glass. It was a Bullseye repair. Filled in beautiful. Has anyone else done this????
Yeppers. A few months ago a guy made an appointment to get a chip repaired. When he came in I spent five minutes in and out of the vehicle looking at the windshield. He pointed it out on the R/F D/G. I felt like an idiot.
The only thing I didn't like is that its' a challenge to get resin into the bridge on a vertical glass. Used a bendy soda straw as a funnel. Filled great. Polished up good.
Since then we've averaged about two D/G chips a month.