At Home Windshield Repair Kit

Sold by Ezone Technology

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Accidental Damage Protection


  • Included Items: 1 Kit
  • Interior/Exterior: Exterior

Product Details

At Home Windshield Repair Kit

This kit is designed to repair small damages in laminated windshield glass.
With the fracture repair liquid which has vacuum function, air can penetrate the barrier to quickly remove cracks in the air.
It can effectively minimizes the appearance of chips and cracks and stops them from spreading.
Designed with a reinforced injection sealant dispensing head, produce a strong pressure to force the repair liquid into the cracks.
It can repair all types of laminated windshields.
Practical, easy to use, and high reliability.

At Home Windshield Repair Kit

  • Included Items: 1 Kit
  • Interior/Exterior: Exterior
  • Dimensions: 1.0 inches (H) x 1.0 inches (W) x 1.0 inches (L)
  • Weight: 1.0 ounces
  • Made in United States

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  • This item is sold through the Ezone Technology operated by Ezone Technology Inc.
  • The merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the fulfillment, delivery, returns, care, quality, and pricing information of the advertised goods and services.
  • The product is new.
  • Product eligible for free returns within 14 days if in new/unused condition.
  • Shipping and handling charges will be Free.
  • United States (excluding Alaska & Hawaii) Shipments only.
  • Does not ship to PO boxes.
  • Orders are typically delivered in 3-6 business days.
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3 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
April 21, 2022
I never received the product. Instead I received a Bluetooth OBDII scan tool
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
April 15, 2022
Not only did it not help the chip in my windshield, but by the next morning I had three very large cracks branching off of it. It’s now definitely irreparable and will have to be replaced. Could be operator-error, but I carefully followed the instructions. Not a DIY project I plan to ever undertake again, only professional windshield repairs for me…Well worth $50 to save a $400-$600 windshield.