Posted 17 March 2012 - 02:52 AM
All of the reccomendations listed above are great but sometimes the curvature of a window requires a bit more rapid adhesion to get it to sit right. That's when a super glue almost becomes neccessary. Yes, I know, that there is the risk of the super glue fogging or hazing the clear part with a white fog. Easy way around this. If you need to use super glue simply wax the clear part first, front and back. Leave the wax in place. Attach the window with the glue and then wait for it to fully cure, which is when the fogging effect would take place. The wax on the part will not allow the fogging to take place. Leave the part for about 24 hours and then go back and polish out the wax. You end up with a permanently attached window with a nice clearly polished window with no fogging.