While smaller chips in a windshield, known as “pits,” may not pose a risk of turning into cracks, they can be dangerous if they obscure your vision. You can repair windshield pits with a special resin-based polymer that fills in pits and is then buffed smooth after it has cured. While some auto parts stores sell supplies separately, it may be easier, and more cost-effective, to purchase a kit. Keep in mind that kits may not all have the same components and you should confirm you have all the necessary items.
Things You’ll Need
Windshield pit repair resin, Ultraviolet curing light, Curing film, Razor blade, Buffing wheel, Drill or electric buffer, Glass polish