Originally Posted by JPPadula
I understand what you are saying. My fear was looking at the pics, that the glass may be fractured over a fairly large area and that I might get spider cracks. I will try your idea first, I can always cut and spice if it doesnt work out. What "Special" resin should I look for to do the repair. I've seen SMC repair kits at the paint store, but not sure what they contain. When I said grind, I was imagining using a 2" angle grinder with 36grit. What grit are you thinking on the D/A?
The small angle grinder will work but it is a little hard to control. But yes, that will work. I just like to thin the "glass" more like feathering so your transition from the worked area to the good area is smoother. The resin is simply labeled for SMC.