I saw a post about a 'new product' for repairing a cracked windshield where the product wicked into the crack and filled it. It looked optically transparent for the demo.
The naysayers of the post were touting that you could use superglue to achieve the same effect.
Tried that... It worked! Mostly...
So now begins the journey of finding a more suitable material, as close to the index of refraction of the glass as possible, and in my possession.
On hand so far I have....
- Gel coat nail polish primer (UV cure)
I have a vacuum pump and the ability to make thingies to draw said material into the void of the crack.
Let's do this..