Not arguing in this case, but my car's windshield was once struck by a rock,
right in the driver's view area, and developed one of those starline cracks
about an inch and a half in diameter. Since it was new, I winced a lot but
decided to hold off repairing it until I recovered from the downpayment. It
irritated me every day for about six weeks, then one morning it was gone.
Yes, it was still the same car and, no, I don't have incredibly thoughtful
and well-heeled friends who'd replace the windshield on the sly. (I wish)
To this day I don't know what happened. All I can think is that we were
going through some extreme temperature shifts, at least 75-degrees'
difference between day and night, and maybe the expansion/contraction had
something to do with it. It got hot, but I don't remember it being hot
enough to fuse glass ;-)... and I've never had the guts to crack the
windshield on purpose and see if it happened again.
Is there something about tempered safety glass, or whatever, that would
cause this? Just curious.
>best thing i can say is to use crazy glue, and hope that it pulls itself
>into the crack. once glass is cracked, it can't be repaired, just
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