Sometimes gravel flies when a vehicle travels down a road, and if your windshield gets hit with even the smallest pebble, it can cause a crack in the windshield. It is just as important to repair a small crack or chip as it is a larger crack. Driving along and bumping over a pot hole can make an unrepaired small crack into a huge crack instantly. Using Krazy Glue can be a temporary fix until you can get to a professional windshield repair shop.
Wash the Windshield
Wash the vehicle's entire windshield by rinsing it with water both inside and outside. Fill a bucket will water and cleanser.2
Place a sponge in the bucket then lift it out and squeeze out the excess water. Wipe the area gently with the sponge.3
Dump out the dirty water and fill the bucket again with water. Put a clean sponge into the bucket water then lift the sponge out of the water and squeeze out excess water. Rinse the windshield by gently going over the windshield with the sponge.4
Dry the windshield completely with paper towels. The windshield should be dry before progressing to the next section. Spray and wipe dry with window cleaner, if desired.
Repair a Windshield Crack
Open your Krazy Glue container carefully. If it has not been previously used, cut off the tip using a scissors. Take care not to get any glue on your hands.6
Align the tip along the crack and softly squeeze out the glue moving down the entire crack from top to bottom. Use only a small amount of glue. It can be reapplied, if needed.7
Use a cotton swab to avoid skin touching the glue to put the glue into the crack.8
Repeat Steps 1 through 3 on the outside of the windshield crack as well to secure it.