Windshield Repair Systems Training
Windshield Training | Glass Repair Kits
A chipped windshield is something you see everyday. With the right windshield repair systems training and quality repair system, you can take advantage of an already existing market. The Ding King Windshield Repair System and Training is very easy to learn and is a perfect addition to Paintless Dent Repair and Headlight Restoration.
Our windshield repair systems training was designed to achieve fast, effective repairs on all types of damage: bull’s eyes, stone chips, star breaks, and small cracks. Step by step, our instructors will take you through the windshield repair process, from centering and mounting the bridge to vacuuming and injecting the resin. You’ll learn all the tricks and shortcuts from a company that not only sells the systems, but performs the service. For fast, efficient repairs which are insurance approved, add on Windshield Repair from The Ding King.
Windshield Damage and How it Occurs
When a road pebble or rock collides with a windshield, it chips the outer layer of glass, creating a chip or small crack. The chipped glass particles become surrounded by tiny air pockets, causing visual distortion. These stone chips and small cracks happen all the time.
The Principle of Windshield Repair
The Ding King design evacuates the air to fill the cavities with a specially formulated liquid resin which when cured with ultra-violet light clears the distortion and bonds the loose glass preventing the damage from spreading.
Not all Damage is Alike
No two stone chips are identical. They may look alike, but they’re different in many ways. Some are as small as your fingernail, while other type of damage can be as large as a half dollar. As you can see, they come in many different shapes too.
Our user-friendly windshield repair system is super simple and easy to learn. The resins are of the highest quality available, allowing you to make repairs you’ll be proud of.
Learn to Correct:
Windshield Repair Training Includes:
Cooling the Repair
Flexing the Break
Proper use of Cure Lamps
Polishing a Repair
Tapping a Bulls Eye
Cleaning the Break