resemble resent that.
Just make sure you’ve got a good seal (suction) before injecting.
This is absolutely the best advice, and you’ll know for the future. Some states (my current one) exclude deductibles for windshields from comprehensive coverage.
From personal experience, a detailed (long) recount:
I got a chip in the windshield of a rental car halfway thru an 1800 mile journey and took it to a higher quality Safelite knockoff. The form they asked me to sign included a disclaimer about further damage during the repair. I struck it through, signed it, and asked, in a very off-handed way, the unobservant counter blondie to sign it. She did, and I took a picture of it, quite satisfied with how I had avoided their legalese.
The dispatcher noticed the strike-through and said no. We looked at the chip and I negotiated to sign another form, but adding “except negligence” to the disclaimer. Less smug than before, I waited … and waited, until finally a tech set up on the windshield and repaired it. I stood to the side and did not bug the guy until he was finished. When finished, he asked if this was my car, and that all went well. I said it looked like the long wait was worth it. He then said that he was the senior tech and worked their mobile truck. The manager had him return to the shop to repair my windshield, and was I a relative. My smugness returned, I profusely thanked the dispatcher for a job well done and the promise of good google and yelp reviews, albeit under a pseudonym.
ETA: Although my current state excludes windshield repair/replacement from deductibles, it is only a win if you put a lot of miles (higher chance for damage) on your vehicle. It is a net loser if you don’t drive a lot.