Buying A Used Car With A Cracked Windshield: Questions To Ask

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Many used cars for sale come with a few minor blemishes, and windshield issues (such as minor cracks and pits) are a common occurrence. But before you buy, here are some questions to ask to make sure that you're still getting a good deal.  Why Did the Windshield Crack? Reasons for cracked windshields vary. Some are due to random roadside accidents, such as rocks flying into the windshield. Others can be the fault of the seller, such as improper winter maintenance.

28 July 2016

Sudden Starburst Crack Or Chip In Your Home Window? Possible Causes And How To Fix It Affordably

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Looking at your once-perfect home window and realizing that the glass now has a sudden chip or starburst crack in it can be alarming. You may worry that it was caused by an attempted break-in while you were away from home and begin worrying that the glass will cost a small fortune to replace. Before you panic, read on to find out what the most common causes of chips and starburst cracks in windows are and why the fix may be very affordable, or even free!

11 July 2016

Tips For Protecting Your Car Windshield From Damage

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Car windshields can be expensive to fix. Most car owners feel as though windshield damage is something that they can't control since windshield damage often happens at high speeds and unexpectedly. But there are some things that you can do habitually that will reduce your risk. Don't Follow Other Cars Closely The most significant cause of windshield damage is a rock being flung onto your windshield by another car. You can avoid this by staying back from the cars in front of you a bit.

7 July 2016

Repair A Chip In A Greenhouse's Glass Door

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If the glass door that provides an entryway to the greenhouse that you own has a small chip on its surface and you do not wish to have the entire piece of glass replaced, fill the damaged area by completing the following steps. Once the repair has been made, the chip will not be visible and the glass will remain damage-free as long as you keep it maintained. Materials glass cleaner lint-free cloths glass repair kit masking tape plastic scraper Clean The Door's Surface And Attach The Piece With Suction Cups

3 July 2016

Remodeling Your Bathroom? Consider A Walk-In Shower

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One of the most fun home remodels for homeowners is the bathroom. If you are looking for a luxurious addition that will transform your regular bathroom into a spa-like experience, consider installing a walk-in shower without doors. These showers are frame less, which adds not only to the beauty of the shower, but it also makes the process of caring for it much simpler. These walk-in showers are quickly becoming popular among new home builders due to the modern look they provide, in addition to their other benefits, which include the following:

6 June 2016

Fly Ball Through The Front Window? 3 Steps To Take When Your Window Gets Broken

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Summer is just around the corner. Soon children will be out playing in the neighborhood. It's just a matter of time before a foul ball, or other air born toys, end up going through your window. When that happens, you'll need to know what to do next. Here are four steps you should take if your window gets broken this summer. Inspect the Damage If your window has been broken, the first thing you'll need to do is inspect the damage.

3 June 2016

3 Simple Ways To Cut A Glass Bottle

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Finding creative ways to use empty glass bottles is a simple way to reduce the number of these bottles that find their way into landfills each year. Whether you want to turn your empty bottles into creative candles, cups, or piggy banks, you will likely need to utilize some glass cutting techniques to complete your craft. Here are three simple ways you can cut glass when trying to reuse your empty bottles in the future.

3 June 2016