How do you protect a broken car window until it can be repaired?
How to Protect a Broken Car Window Until it Can Be Repaired
- Remove as Much of the Broken Glass as You Can. The first step to protecting your car after the window has been broken is to remove as much of the broken glass as possible. …
- Wipe Down the Window Seal and Frame Area. Dampen a soft cloth with water. …
- Seal the Window.
What can I use for a temporary car window?
The best temporary window fixes are clear packing tape or a clear sheet of plastic. If you opt for the packing tape, put it up one strip at a time, and make sure the strips overlap (this will make them more resistant, and offer better protection).
What can I use to cover a broken window?
An entire broken pane or panel can be covered for maximum safety and security. Cover the broken area with several layers of thick clear plastic, cut to size with scissors. If plastic is not available, a sturdy trash bag can be used. Tape the plastic into place using clear packaging tape.
How do you get a car window up?
Press and hold the window switch in a closed position. Keep the button depressed and push the side that closes the window. Open and slam the car door while the window button is depressed. Try it a few times until the window opens.