OK - I looked into the different films, none of them get good reviews for DIY, and I suspect that installing them would destroy what's left of the window. I'm going to buy a sheet of UV resistant Lexan to cover it with. Thanks for the suggestions. On Fri, May 7, 2021 at 1:40 PM Allan Streib via
Check for security film also. Not sure how it's different (maybe same thing), but I've recently read about some film you can put on your windows that supposedly makes them much harder for an intruder to break through. I believe 3M makes it, among others. Allan Buggered Benzmail via Mercedes
If the window is shattered safety glass, another strong wind or impact of some sort will cause it to shatter completely into small pieces. Like a car side window does in a wreck. Then, the storm that brought the wind will rain inside your house. Get the window replaced with a new piece of glass.
There is plastic “wrap” stuff used here for hurricane protection. Basically thin transparent sheet plastic that is put on the glass to minimize shattering and provide some strength. That would probably work. --FT Sent from iPhone > On May 6, 2021, at 11:50 PM, OK Don via Mercedes > wrote: >
So one of the windows in the bathroom got hit with a rock or hailstone - could have been either - and the tempered glass shattered but is still in place. We kind of like the effect actually, and would like to preserve it as is. Any ideas of how to do that? adhesive film of some sort? Glue of some