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1) Source a Replacement Mirror

2) Remove Old Mirror

3) Prep Surface

4) Install the Mirror

The rearview mirror in your car is an important safety feature many of us take for granted. Whether it’s the kids or traffic, rearview mirrors help us keep an eye on what’s...Read more

Antique glass is a popular option for home restoration projects. The beauty and imperfections of antique glassware and windows are what make restored historical homes look genuine. Did you know there are several types of antique glass? It can be difficult to distinguish one from another or to...Read more

Cars come equipped with more adaptive technology and safety features every year. These systems are designed to keep drivers safe during moments when they lose focus or control. Some advanced driver assistance systems, like anti-lock brakes, come standard on most cars. Other systems, like...Read more

When it comes to doggie doors, owners of small-breed dogs have it easy. They can select just about any pet door size, and their dogs fit without difficulty. These pet owners can kiss those days of...Read more

Generally, the pet door size chart recommendations are as follows:

  • Small: cats up to 24 pounds, dogs up to 9 pounds.
  • Medium: dogs up to 40 pounds.
  • Large: dogs up to 100 pounds.
  • Extra-large: dogs up to 220 pounds.  

Our beloved pets come in...Read more

Tired of cleaning up pet messes? Want to give your dog...Read more

Do you long for spotless windows? The glass might be pristine on the interior, but the rain and snow have left hard water spots on the exterior. Fortunately, you can learn how to remove hard water spots without too much difficulty. Just follow these tips from Glass Doctor®, and your windows will...Read more

1) Prep the area (remove glass, old glazing and caulk)

2) Measure and test-fit the new glass

3) Install the new glass pane (with caulk and glazing points)

4) Apply glazing

Broken windowpane? Replacing single-pane window glass is easy with a few tools and easy-to-...Read more

›   Decide if you can just replace the glass.

›   Remove the old window.

›   Prep the opening: Ensure squareness; leave a quarter-inch space around entire window.

›   Install the window with a bead of silicone; make it level with shims before securing.

›   Apply...Read more

Dirty windows? Glass Doctor® has the details on how to make your own glass cleaner from ingredients you probably already have in your cupboard. Before you rush out to the store and fork over your hard-earned cash for an expensive, blue-tinted glass cleaner, read this!

Homemade...Read more