Windshield Repair Training

What’s the difference between a good rock chip repair tech and a great one?
Training. Check out the resources below to learn how to perform safe, professional windshield repairs.

Zoom Windshield Repair Process 

How to Repair a Rock Chip Using the Zoom

Long Crack Repair

When a Break Won’t Fill – Windshield Repair Tips

Long Crack Repair: The Wicking Method

How to Repair a Break with Debris 

What causes a windshield repair break to spread?

rock chip repair kit - become a certified tech

ONLINE CERTIFICATION

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or brand new to windshield repair, GlasWeld’s online certification is for you. Learn the foundations of rock chip repair as well as advanced techniques to help you tackle anything that comes your way. Plus, getting certified boosts your reputation and saves you money on GlasWeld purchases.

Join thousands of fellow techs in taking your repair game to the next level.

LIVE TRAINING SESSIONS

GlasWeld hosts ongoing in-person and virtual training sessions for techs looking to get hands-on experience, ask questions, and improve their skills. Check out our upcoming events for more information.

Upcoming Training Dates

Nov. 12-13 Training

November 12, 2020

Bend, OR


FAQs

What do I need for long crack repair?

Long crack repair⁠—the process of fixing cracks longer than six inches⁠—is a great service to offer your customers. In addition to your Zoom injector, you’ll need the following tools.

  • Corner/Edge Extension Tool
  • Crack Expanders (optional)
  • CrackWeld Resin
  • Curing Light (We suggest the FlexCur for long cracks.)

Get the full long crack repair training here.

How do I maintain my Zoom injector?

How do I know if a repair is fully cured?

What type of breaks shouldn’t be repaired?

Which resin should I use?

Have a question? Give us a call at +1 (541) 388-1156 or fill out this form.

Starting a business?

Check out these resources designed to help you get started.