Have you ever noticed how many resins are on the market? There are resins for the different seasons, resins specific to temperatures, colored resins, waterproof resin, adhesion promoting resin, acid free resin, long/short crack resin, and many viscosities to choose from. With all these choices, how do you know which is the right resin for you? Do you need to buy them all to make sure you prepare for anything that might come your way? As you can see, this could quickly become costly and overwhelming. Delta Kits believes you only need one injection resin and one pit resin for every type of repair.
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There is no need to carry multiple resins on hand. Although Delta Kits offers multiple resins for those who prefer a variety of viscosities, MagniBond is an excellent all-season performer. MagniBond is a Delta Kits’ proprietary formula and is used successfully in a variety of climates and conditions. Locations such as Siberia where the thermometer can drop to a bone chilling -58 °F* and the Middle East where temperatures sometimes soar past the century mark, reaching 120 °F** use this versatile resin. A resin proven to withstand the test of time in these conditions is essential. Even when using MagniBond, it is important to warm or cool the glass in accordance to the manufacturer specifications and guidelines before attempting a repair in extreme weather conditions.
Additionally, a common misconception is that tinted windshields need multiple colors of resin. Again, Delta Kits has resin in colors available for those who prefer it, but it has been proven over and over again in side by side testing that repairs completed with MagniBond are as cosmetically appealing, if not more so, than repairs completed with tinted resins. Yellow, Blue, Green, and Grey resins provide extra revenue for the companies who sell them. But, they are of no benefit to the windshield repair technician.