Auto Glass Scratch Repair

Your auto glass protects you from dirt, dust, bugs and road debris. But over time, those things can scratch your windows and windshield. Even your wipers can leave scratches. Auto glass scratches can obstruct your vision when driving, especially at night when oncoming headlights shine through your windshield. Repairing the scratches will improve visibility and…

Can Bird Poop Break a Windshield?

It’s probably happened to you. You’re driving along the road and PLOP – a bird flying overhead unloads on your windshield. Sure, it makes a mess, but could the results of a birdy bathroom break damage your windshield? That was a question raised on the radio show Car Talk. The guys were stumped, so they…

Windshield Treatments: Aquapel vs. Rain-X

Windshield treatments that repel rain can help you see better in bad weather. They also can reduce the time you spend scraping your windshield in the morning. There are many rain repellent products available, including Rain-X and Aquapel. Rain-X is a silicone-based glass treatment that causes water to bead up on a surface to which…

12 Gifts of Christmas (2)

If you’re like us, you won’t finish your holiday shopping until Christmas Eve. Crackmasters is making it easier to find the right gift for the driver on your list with our 12 Gifts of Christmas.  On our Facebook Page, we’ve assembled a list of great gift ideas, including:• Leather Driving Gloves• A Virtual Personal Assistant•…

12 Gifts of Christmas

If you’re like us, you won’t finish your holiday shopping until Christmas Eve. Crackmasters is making it easier to find the right gift for the driver on your list with our 12 Gifts of Christmas.  On our Facebook Page, we’ve assembled a list of great gift ideas, including:• Leather Driving Gloves• A Virtual Personal Assistant•…

Headlights at Night

Shorter periods of daylight in the winter months mean we do more driving in the dusk or dark. Are your headlights as bright as they could be? In order for you to see as much of the road as possible and make your vehicle more visible to other drivers, your headlight lenses need to be…

Protecting Your Windshield This Winter

Windshield cracks occur more frequently in the winter months, usually as a result of 1) extremely low temperatures and 2) tiny, barely visible chips in the glass. In cold weather, your vehicle’s frame flexes at a different rate than the windshield glass, which creates stress on the glass and can cause even the smallest chips…

Tammy and Alex – Test

Want a piece of a billion dollar pie? There are 27 million passenger vehicles on the roads in Canada, approximately ten million of which have stone chips or cracks in the windshield. Two million of those windshields are replaced every year and the rest need repairs.