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How to Mend Scratches Via Laptop Screen Repair Techniques

November 23rd, 2022

Laptop display scratches are highly annoying. They interrupt in your work. A single scratch requires immediate laptop screen repair. Any neglect on your part can damage the screen display and cost heavy on your pocket. Hence, an intelligent user should mend the screen as soon as a scratch occurs. After all, who likes to work on a laptop which has damaged screen display.

Ideally, you should appoint an experienced and competent technician to conduct the laptop screen repair task. Don’t avail into cheap technicians who use second hand or pirated parts for laptop repair. Remember, cheap repairing techniques can deteriorate your laptop display. Hence, you’ll be left with the option of buying a new laptop which would have serious impact on your budget.

If you can’t avail into a technical expert, then you can use this technique to repair the screen yourself. This is known as petroleum jelly method. This technique works with small cuts. Take a cotton ball and dip it in some petroleum jelly. Now, apply it on the scratched area. Take a new cotton or damp cloth to rub the petroleum jelly across the screen. Rub till the scratch blends with the laptop display.

If this technique doesn’t work, then buy a laptop screen repair solution. This solution is rarely available hence you can also use a CD cleaner. You can also buy the screen repair kit for yourself. It has the necessary solution and instructions to repair the laptop screen. You can follow them step by step and repair the laptop yourself.

Windshield Repair Techniques

April 12th, 2022

If you have a growing crack or chip in your windshield, you probably know it needs to be fixed as soon as possible. There are several different ways a windshield can be repaired, take the next few minutes to learn about each technique.

Let’s start with the DIY windshield repair technique that can be done at home. Most auto parts stores sell one or more DIY windshield repair kits. Each kit comes with a glass removal tool (often a razor blade), a suction or stabilizing device, a resin that is injected into the crack or chip and a sheet or two of curing film. The first step is to be sure the area you will be repairing is completely clean, then you can use the tool supplied in the kit or a small razor blade to remove any loose or semi-loose glass particles. This step is very important as any loose pieces will prevent the resin from making a clean and clear seal in the glass.

After removing any particles, you can then attach the suction or stabilizing device so that the opening is centered directly over the chip or crack. Then you will screw in a tube in the opening of the suction or stabilizing device. This is where you will next inject or drop in the sealing resin. The next step is to screw the tube in until it puts pressure on the glass. Some kits come with a plunger device for this purpose. The plunger or tube is released and pressed against the glass several times to remove any air bubbles. Lastly a sheet of curing film is placed over the fixed area for about 15 minutes. Then the film can be removed and the area wiped clean. If done correctly it should be very hard to tell where the chip or crack was.

There are other types of windshield repair kits that work like a vacuum as you push resin into the crack or chip, but these methods seem to make it a bit trickier to get the sealant or resin exactly where you want it. However, it is all about your comfort level and experience with glass repair that can help you determine which version of the product to use.

Professional windshield repair techs use a similar technique but it differs by the equipment used, not to mention their experience repairing windshields. Most windshield repair techs use a professional machine that injects the resin into the cracks or chips while keeping the surrounding glass pressured to create a tight seal. After the resin is injected a professional grade mylar, similar to the curing sheets in the DIY kits, is applied to the crack or chip. The windshield repair tech will then usually apply a high powered ultra-violet light directly to the area being repaired. This is done to fully cure the sealant or resin.

There is also a professional vacuum method similar to the DIY vacuum method, but in a glass or auto repair shop the technician would use a special machine designed for windshield repair. This small machine actually both draws air out from the cracks and compresses the glass together and at the same time it injects a resin to bond the broken glass together. Just as in the other technique, a ray of ultraviolet light is applied to the repair to fully bond it, creating a smooth and clear finish.