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As you drive, you may hear little particles of residue or sand bouncing against your windshield. The residue and tiny sand particles and cinders are not big enough to make any genuine breaks into your glass. Over a long period, enough cinders and sand particles can make small pits and chips arise on the windshield surface. In the beginning you may not notice it. But after some time, they will become noticeable.What Causes a Windshield to Become Sandblasted?
If you are one of those drivers who loves to tailgate others, your vehicle has a chance of getting a sandblasted windshield. The closer you are to the vehicle in front of you, the greater the impact on the windshield by sand projecting from the rear tires of that car. Hence, it is recommended to keep at least a two to three-car distance from the car in front of you. So that, fewer particles can make contact with your windshield.
Another possible reason why your windshield is sandblasted is because of the place where you are driving. If you are driving at a construction site obviously the chances are greater to get your windshield blasted. Similarly, if you are driving in a desert, you are at a greater risk of getting your glass sandblasted.
However, there is no need to worry. If you are having your windshield sunblasted or having minor cracks, don’t forget to contact us. We value our customers and that is the reason why we provide the best services. So, before taking any decision, make sure to consult with us for the best results.
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