Windshield Repair Kit

Item: Windshiled Repair Kit


Part Number: 285



Kit Contains:

✓Repair Resin

✓Adhesive Seal


✓Injuctor with Spring Clip

✓Curing Film

✓Razor Blade

✓Push Pin


  • Features
  • Restores windshield to near new condition
  • Safe and easy to use with detailed instructions
  • No special tools required
  • Prevents wiper blade streaking
  • Minimizes the appearance of chips and cracks and stops them from spreading



1, Don't perform this repair in the hot sun. It will cause the resin to harden too quickly and your repair won't be as beautiful as it could be.
2, Windshield repair kit contains chemicals that will cause an acid burn. Avoid all contact with eyes, skin and the body vehicle.



This EASTUP® windshield repair kit, we've tested this windshield repair kit thousands times, and it worked quite well on rock chips and bullseyes no longer than 1 1/4 inch that can obscure your vision and make your windshield look junky, but anything with a running crack is a bigger challenge. We had little to no luck repairing a crack with the kit, even though they claim it works, and provide instruction in how to do it. We just couldn't get it to look right despite a number of attempts. But for chips and bullseyes it was amazing.
Here is the video about how to repair a chipped windshield:




Step 1

Clean the damaged area of the windshield.
You aren't using Windex, however. Using a push pin, dig out any loose chips of glass. Any loose pieces inside the damaged area could throw off the repair process so they need to be carefully picked out.
You'll also need a clean section of windshield to place the double-side adhesive seal.


Step 2

Peel off one side of the backing of the adhesive seal and press it on the windshield so that it completely surrounds the center of the break.
Firmly press the adhesive onto the glass, then put the rubber o ring into the circle of the adhesive seal.
Peel off the other side of the backing of the adhesive seal and firmly press the pedestal onto the adhesive seal so that its angles straight up.


Step 3

Snap or cut the tip off the tube of resin to open the stem, and place it into the pedestal,slowly squeeze 4-7 drops, how many drops it depending on width/depth of the chip, the resin should be just over the chip, you can check it from the car inside, if you hope to repair 2 or 3 chips, then you shouldn’t waste much resin for the first chips.
Put the cap back on the resin and set it aside.
Resin will now be flowing into the broken glass area.


Step 4

With the plunger pushed all the way in, put the syringe into the pedestal and push it into place so it forms an airtight seal.
Draw the plunger back to the indent near the tip of the plunger and then twist it so it locks in the lower notch with the spring clip.
This will draw air bubbles out of the broken glass area.
Leave the syringe in this position for 10 minutes.


Step 5

Remove the syringe to break the vacuum and allow air into the pedestal. please don't move the place of the plunger.
Now, reinsert the syringe so that it is airtight again. Holding the syringe in place with one hand, press down on the plunger with the other hand and lock it in the upper notch.
In this step, you are using the sealed space, and the airtight plunger, to force the resin down into the break. Leave the assembly in this position for at least 20 minutes.( please make sure again this repair didn't in the hot sun, because the hot sun will heat the air in the syringe and pressure increasing then the resin maybe blow out between the seal with glass or pedestal)


Step 6

Remove the syringe and use the razor blade to cut the adhesive seal and pedestal from the windshield.
Maybe there is some resin will flow down, you can clean it by cleaning cloth or paper.
Cut and clean the cured resin around the chip use the razor blade.


Step 7

Move the car into direct sunlight. Put 1-2 drops of the resin into the center of the break, quickly place a section of the clear finishing film over the still-moist repair area. Use the razor blade to carefully press the resin toward the edges of the film so that the resin evenly coats the area, and move out any air bubbles.You aren't trying to get it out of there fully, you just want it to be as thin and evenly spread under the film as possible. If it's a windy day you can add a little tape to the film to be sure the film can’t be lose.


Step 8

Let the repair resin dry fully underneath the clear film. You can let it set as long as you want, there's no time limit.
The last thing you want is to pull it off while it's still wet. 15 minutes (or an hour on a cloudy day). Don't start cussing if you pull it off too soon. All you need to do is add a new drop of resin and re-apply a new piece of film.Clean up your repair by scraping the excess resin from the windshield with the razor blade.


If the repair isn't perfect, all you need to do is repeat the process until it's smooth and perfect. And if there is anything else we can help you with, please feel free to contact us by email:, we will give you a satisfactory solution.
Once again, thank you for choosing our products, and have a great day!