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Hi all MCF bros and sis, I'm a Korean PDR( Paintless Dent Removal) smith. I am able to fix your valuable car dent & windscreen professionally by Korea technology. (All of my equipment tools are made in Korea and USA) My job is to fix the car dent and windscreen, without damaging the ORIGINAL car paint & windscreen sealant. Save the money & time at the same time. If your car has doording, hood, boot, fender, roof, & plastic bumper dent, i can repair it up to 99% perfect. Same goes to windscreen stone chip repair too. (if there is simple scratch or paint take off, i can do manage) I can install car black box with hidden wire without using extended socket, your car will look neat. You may send me a picture of your dent to 94520995. I will give you an estimated quotation of the repair cost and professional advice https://youtu.be/cBldoxChJ1U https://youtu.be/ATIgSUchGaY [media] https://youtu.be/FAs5BxDc2fA[/media]
Hi,i have1993 Opel Vectra sedan and yesterday,while i was changing the windshield wipers i accidentally broke my windshield.....i mean I pushed the wiper arm and it slammed on the windshield. I really felt bad after that and i am really scared that this crack will continue spreading accros my windshield.I cant afford new windshield or used :( I invested all of my money from work in this car and now this... One friend told me that this crack its not dangerous and will not affect other parts but i really dont know what to do. Here are some pictures and i think that the big crack that is going right to the driver was not there yesterday.Also the crack is down in the window,i cant feel and scratches outside. Will this crack spread around? Is it safe to drive on highway at high speed ? Need your advice.Thank you
My windscreen was hit by a stone today and developed a "L-shaped" like crack of about 30cm. First such encounter in 13+ years of driving. I intend to claim insurance as free windscreen replacement is covered. Any bros with such experience can advise if there is any other/better alternatives? Like some kind of glass repair, etc. Thanks in anticipation