Extra tough 27″ x 70″ hood protector mat for the windshield repair technician. The hood cover work mat covers from fender to fender on most vehicles during windshield repair. Protects the hood and fenders from glass fragments, resins, urethane, tools and clothing that can cause damage to painted surfaces. Also, available without print.
Item # 23015
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Repairing a windshield isn’t inherently dangerous, but we want to remind you that there are safety precautions put in place to ensure that you and anyone around you remain safe and healthy, especially regarding personal protective equipment (PPE) during your repairs. That being said, let’s dive in to a few areas that need attention:
Skin Protection: The resins included in your Delta Kits windshield repair system contain acrylic acids that etch glass to improve bonding strength. It is important to use PPE to prevent potential chemical contact with your skin, such as a barrier cream or nitrile (not latex) gloves. Use together or independently to protect your skin. For the barrier cream, we suggest Derma Shield.
Eye Safety: In addition to skin protection, eye protection is important when repairing a windshield, as chemicals in the resin and glass fragments from occasional drilling can cause damage to your eyes if left unprotected. Make sure to use safety glasses to avoid any problems.
Hood Protector: Avoid accidents and potential damage during a windshield repair by covering the vehicle you are working on with a hood protector. We highly recommend this done during each repair you conduct to protect the vehicle’s delicate surface from scratches and chemical spills.
- Clean up resin spills immediately with warm soapy water to prevent damage to plastic, metal, and paint surfaces.
- Use denatured alcohol to clean up resin. It will not harm most plastic, metal and painted surfaces, but be sure to test in an inconspicuous spot…. Continue Reading