Polishing Cork

$1.49

Don’t knock it ’till you try it. Useful for applying Pit Polish and as a safe alternative to heat, Polishing Corks are always ready to save the day.
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Drop the lighter! Using a flame to fill a rock chip usually causes more harm than good. Instead, rub a Polishing Cork on the backside of the glass to massage resin into stubborn legs.
A Polishing Cork is also great for applying Pit Polish. Once Pit Filler has been cured and scraped, apply a drop of Pit Polish. Then, use the Polishing Cork to bring the shine back to the repair.

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Training Videos

Windshield Repair Demo

Troubleshooting Pit Filler Issues

When a Break Won’t Fill

Understanding Your Equipment

How to Repair a Windshield

Step One

Load the Resin

Add a few drops of resin into the tip of the Zoom injector.

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Step Two

Mount the Zoom

Attach the tripod stand to the glass, and mount the Zoom over the impact point of the break.

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Step Three

Remove the Air

Initiate a vacuum by turning the Zoom handle counterclockwise until it stops. Leave it for at least one minute.

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Step Four

Inject the Resin

Turn the Zoom handle clockwise until you see the Outer White Seal flare. Allow resin to flow for at least one minute.

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Step Five

Cure the Resin

Place the ProCur+ curing light directly over the Zoom. Use the built-in timer to cure for about one minute.

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Step Six

Fill the Pit

Remove all tools from the glass. Use one drop of Pit Filler and a Film Tab to level the surface of the glass. Cure the Pit Filler.

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Step Seven

Polish the Repair

Use a razor blade to remove the extra Pit Filler. Use a small drop of Pit Polish and a cork to polish the repair.

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Zoom Demo

See It in Action

Most rock chips can be repaired in just a few minutes.

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Products Used:

Professional Windshield Repair Kit

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