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Sand Pitted Window Replacement

The Case of the Wind Blasted Glass Question: Dear Glass Detective, High winds caused by a wildfire blew sand against my windows and pitted the glass. I don’t want the same thing to happen when I replace my windows. Will installing wi ndows with “impact glass” mitigate this issue? Thank you, Phil T. Coleville, CA […]

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Taking Photos Through Glass Windows

The Case of the “Picture” Window Taking high-quality pictures through a window is an achievement only skilled photographers have seemed to master. Why is it so difficult to take pictures through windows? The Glass Detective explores characteristics of the regular residential window. Question: Dear Glass Detective, I would like to sit in my den and […]

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Best Glass for a Bar Window

The Case of the Bar Room Brawl Getting thrown out of a window is not just an event that happens in modern action movies to raise the tension. In fact, getting thrown out a window was a common enough occurrence that the English language created a word for it in the early 1600s. By definition, […]

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Why Am I Seeing Tiny Specks in My Windshield and Glass Window?

Question: Dear Glass Detective, What are the tiny specks I see in tinted glass? I see them in my car glass and I see them in my home’s windows. When the sun hits my car’s windshield at about 10 o’clock in the morning you can really see them.   No one has had an answer […]

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How to Temporarily Cover a Broken Car Window

If you have ever broken a car window and needed to cover the hole temporarily, you probably don’t take glass for granted the same way other people do. It’s easy to see why glass is taken for granted. By design, glass is meant to be forgotten. Most often, the purpose of glass is to provide […]

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Should You Leave Your Wiper Blades Up Before a Winter Storm?

We’ve all lived it— a snowstorm is in the forecast, and you’re driving home the evening it’s supposed to hit. Parked cars in lots, driveways, and on streets have their windshield wipers left up in the vertical position. Wipers on other vehicles have been left in the normal “down” position. Some driveways have cars with […]

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Advice for Damage-Free Decorating This Holiday Season

For some, the winter holiday season is the “best time of the year,” as the song goes, but for others, it can be a time of overwhelming logistics and obligations. Whether you’re a Grinch or a Santa groupie, we’re here to help bring cheer to your holiday home decorating this year. With these tips, your decorations will be […]

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Where to Buy Custom Home Mirrors

  Mirrors, mirrors, on my wall, who is the fairest retailer of them all? What I mean is, where is the best place to purchase a mirror? There are a few options and what’s “best” will depend on what type of mirror you’re seeking. So in addition to talking about the best place to purchase […]

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How to Wash an RV

Washing Your RV Whether you continuously use your RV throughout the year or only take a trip or two, performing regular maintenance on your RV is an essential part of retaining its value. And a big part of RV maintenance is the frequent washing of the vehicle’s exterior. Benefits of a Clean RV Washing the […]

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Preparing Your Vehicle for a Successful Road Trip

Whether it’s a summer excursion or family vacation—it pays to perform a basic vehicle check to ensure it’s ready for a road trip. Ideally a fresh oil change and a quick trip to the mechanic is your best bet, but if that doesn’t fit with time constraints or the budget, here’s how to self-inspect from […]

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