Don’t Scratch the Vinyl or the Windshield: How to Remove Scratches from a Windshield
It happens to almost everyone who owns a vehicle at some point in their driving life. You are driving down the freeway or behind a truck and a pebble chips or scratches your windshield. Or perhaps you don’t know where you got a small ding from, and now that spot has morphed into a small, hairline crack.
While getting a new windshield sounds excellent after you get a few dings or scratches, the average cost of getting a new windshield ranges from around $200 up to $1,000 depending on the type of car you drive.
New car prices can be on the high end for this replacement if they are luxury vehicles. Repairing it yourself likely seems like a reasonable option. So, you are left wondering how to remove scratches from windshields. Fortunately, the process is relatively straightforward.