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      08-03-2012, 01:02 AM   #3
rjd598
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Originally Posted by jjw2331 View Post
One option is to try polishing the glass with a pad and polish specifically designed for auto glass. There are kits out there, however, the pits won't disappear. I have not seen a filler or resin that can fill the small chips in the glass. The only option that really works is replacing the windshield which is probably not the answer you want to hear.

Glass on the M3 and now all BMW's are really soft and chip easily. Highways beat the crap out of my windshield it's pretty sad.
yup it's true. our glass is very soft or however you want to phrase it. i barely get to drive my car and have owned it for two years now but still my glass is pitted. drive the car, enjoy it, love life, and move on. down the road if you still have this car get the windshield replaced
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