Just to give you some background, the passenger side windshield of our motorhome has a crack about 18" long. The driver's side windshield has a huge stone chip right in the center, and two smaller ones a little lower down.
We don't have glass insurance, and the cost to replace the windshields is minimum $650 USD per side.
But for $90 USD on Amazon.com, or $114 here in Canada on Amazon.ca, I'm thinking this crack and chip repair kit might be worth a try.
Also, besides the motorhome, the windshield in the little blue car has a crack in it.
When I was in the auto body business, there was a guy who did chip and crack repair on rental vehicles that were being returned to auction. They had to pass inspection standards, which weren't really very high. I used to watch him do the jobs and I thought that while the repairs weren't perfect, they were better than what was there before.
At the time, the equipment to do these repairs was fairly expensive.
Now, the same type of kit is available at the prices I quoted above.
In the USA... Crack Eraser
And in Canada... Crack Eraser
So I'm thinking that for $114 CAD, I might just give this a try. It says that the kit includes enough product to repair 60 chips and 10 long cracks.
Product reviews are all over the place with some people very happy, and others not happy at all. But you have to have some patience, and you have to know how to follow instructions. You can tell by some of the poorer reviews that some people even admit to not following the instructions, and then they wonder why the product didn't work!
Also, you have to be realistic with your expectations. This will not do a perfect repair. But, it might do a repair that is way better than what you had before.
Also, with Amazon's return policy if I'm really not happy with the kit, or it doesn't do what I expect it to do, I can simply return it.
So I'm thinking I'm going to spend the money.