Blue Star Autoglass Repair - Usage Guideline Summary

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Blue Star Windshield Repair Kit - Directions for Use

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Blue Star Autoglass Repair - Usage Guideline Summary
Learn how to repair windshields with our free course on Windshield Repair. Know which Windshield Repair Kits are available and which kits fit your repair needs.

Be informed by seeing a comparison of the kits and processes before you begin, and be able to determine whether a windshield can be repaired or needs to be replaced.

These kits are used to repair bullseye, spider web, star, chip, and combination windshield damage. Some kits can repair cracks. See kit comparison chart for specifics.

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Directions for Use Commentary

  1. Avoid using in direct sunlight - work in a shaded area.
  2. Do not work on a hot windshield, park vehicle in shaded area and open windows to cool glass surface.
  3. A safety razor is required to remove components and finish repair.
Do not let resin come in contact with painted surfaces.

How Blue Star Works
Blue Star's windshield repair kit is designed to fill the air cavity with a strong penetrating adhesive that will bond the loose glass and restore visibility. The patented design evacuates the air to fill the cavities with specially formulated liquid glass that clears the distortion and bonds the loose glass, preventing the damage from spreading.


Follow the guidelines for cleanliness, temperature, and chemical hazards to avoid damage to your car and to ensure a proper repair.

Be advised that the repair can only be done once so carefully follow the guidelines for cleanliness and temperature. The resin will likely act as a solvent if you get it on your paint and then harden leaving a permanent scar on the paint so don't allow the resin to contact these surfaces.

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