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We had our windshield replaced last year due to a stone chip that spread into a crack before we spotted it. If you get hit with a flying rock, the best way to salvage the glass is to act quickly.

Last month, our brand new windshield caught another stone from a passing vehicle. But this time, we were lucky that we saw it quickly, and acted immediately. This short video will show you how we prevented our new windshield from dying an early death.

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