Sealey DIY Windscreen Repair Kit
• Simple step-by-step process and a 30 minute curing time.
• Tough resin formula fills chips and cracks to prevent the damage from spreading.
• Suitable for screen chips up to Ø25mm diameter and cracks up to 300mm long.
• Improves visibility and safety.
4.1.1. Clean out any loose glass particles using the push pin. Clean the area surrounding the damage using a dry cloth.
4.1.2. Peel the backing off one side of an adhesive seal, lining up the hole in the centre of the seal with the centre of the break. Press the
adhesive seal firmly onto the glass, making sure that the tab faces towards the top of the screen.
4.1.3. Peel the backing from the top side of the adhesive seal and place an o-ring in the middle.
4.1.4. Line up the pedestal with the adhesive seal, ensuring that tabs line up.
4.1.5. Press pedestal to adhesive seal, running a finger round base of pedestal to ensure a tight bond.
4.1.6. Cut the tip off the resin bottle and empty about 3/4 of the resin into the pedestal. Squeeze slowly to better control the amount of resin
being poured. Wipe off any excess resin from the tip with cloth and save the container for section 4.4.3.
4.1.7. Ensure that the plunger is positioned in the injector barrel just above the nozzle.
4.1.8. Press the injector assembly into the pedestal, ensuring a tight fit. Line the spring clip up with the tab on the pedestal.
4.1.9. Pull the plunger upwards and rotate until the spring clip engages in the lower notch, maintaining the vacuum. Leave for 15 minutes.
4.1.10. Release the injector from the pedestal briefly to allow air back in.
4.1.11. Replace the injector into the pedestal and, holding the injector with one hand, rotate the plunger, releasing it from the lower notch.
4.1.12. Using a steady pressure, press the plunger down until it is locked by the upper notch. Leave for 10-15 minutes.
8 DO NOT apply any further pressure, as this may cause resin leakage.
4.2.1. Remove the injector and loosen the edges of the pedestal with the razor blade. Once loosened, grip the tab and pull away.
4.2.2. Wipe off any surplus resin.
4.2.3. Apply a few drops of resin to the centre of the damaged area by squeezing the resin bottle gently.
4.2.4. Place a curing film over the area quickly, using light pressure on the razor blade to exclude any air bubbles.
4.2.5. Move the vehicle into the sunshine. The ultra violet rays will cure the resin in 15-20 minutes. Alternatively, the use of a UV light source
(not included) will speed the process up.
4.2.6. When the resin is cured, remove the curing film and scrape the area with the razor blade to leave flush with the surrounding glass.