Is your windshield leaking water after bad weather? We also offer to reseal your windshield to get you back on the road without having to worry about any more water seeping in.
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We offer a full range of auto glass services to vehicle owners in Tempe – Sydney. We can help you with everything from windscreens replacement to windshield tinting. We can handle any problem on both foreign and domestic vehicles.
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How to seal a windshield that leaks wind and rain?
If you’ve found your leak, you can now fix it with the proper materials. First, take off your windshield’s exterior trim, and use paint thinner or another adhesive remover to clean the area under and around the seal. Then, dry the area, and apply brand-new sealant to your windshield beneath the seal
How to repair a windshield seal?
Once you find the leak around the windshield, remove the exterior trim. Thoroughly clean the channel around and under the seal with an adhesive remover, such as paint thinner, rubbing alcohol or lighter fluid. Once you have removed the old sealant and washed and dried the area, apply new sealant directly to the windshield under the seal. If needed, apply sealant generously to the exterior of the seal as well, but don’t allow it to run inside onto the dashboard or nearby accessories. Smooth rough areas with an index card to create a professional appearance, and trim the flash after it dries. Note the curing time on the sealant and allow it time to set.
How much does it cost to seal the auto glass?
Caswell says prices can go up to $700, while Delaney says costs can range from $185 to $1,000. According to CostHelper, a windshield replacement typically costs between $100 and $400, with the average driver reporting that they paid $214.
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