by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 9, 2017)
Have you ever noticed how you can find Plexiglas (or plexiglass as it is commonly misspelled) can be found just about everywhere? In homes around the world, Plexiglas can be used for quite a few things—windows in greenhouses, light coverings, windshields on our cars, and so much more. In fact, there often doesn't seem to be anything that you can't do with Plexiglas.
This leads to the question of how to repair Plexiglas when it becomes damaged, dirty, cracked, or becomes otherwise unusable. Repairing Plexiglas is actually pretty easy to do. Here's how.
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