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A windshield is laminated and assembled by two sheets of glass with a vinyl sheet placed in between.
When a windshield is struck by a rock, the top layer of the car windshield is normally the only piece
of glass that is damaged. To repair a auto windshield, your technician will clean out any air or debris
from the damaged area and insert a resin between the two layers of glass. The resin fills the crack or
chip and restores the structure of the windshield. The damaged area typically clears up to 60-80%;
however the impact point will always be somewhat visible.