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When you need to terminate the end of a long crack or open up a tight rock chip, it’s time to bust out the drill.

This is an advanced windshield repair technique. With the Zoom, drilling is rarely needed. Always practice on a piece of scrap glass before drilling a repair.

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06/07/2020
Fix-A-Crack, L.
Cork attachment for new Glassweld Drill

This is a product that I have actually looked for as an attachment for a Dremel. The fact the the fine people at Glasweld have brought this attachment to the industry is fantastic. I received the drill quickly and immediately started using the cork attachment. This attachment is simple. A large collet is included in your kit so at the current price point I was able to order a second drill. Keep one with a drill bit on it and the other with a cork. They are so light and easy to use that while drilling I found the feel made it eay to gauge depth, run my depth gauge and pop a bulls eye. The cork stayed very still and took a brief moment to polish the pit fo a repair.I highly recommend this tool. You will have to perfect your technique because the polish process is extremely short. Buy two drills. The price point is right. I have performed over 30 repairs and polish outs with the cork. For the attachment that is less than 10 cents a repair and I am still using the cork. This is a no brainer. The cork works great on the inside of the break to cause resin to flow. This was achieved in less than 30 seconds. Great tool. Thank you Glasweld!