Re: Adhesive for Window Glass

Did you know auto glass used to be set in formed rubber gaskets? There were two channels, one for the glass and the other to mate with the window opening. A third channel retained the bright moulding.
They don't make them like they used to. Today, they're just glued in place. How cheap.
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"George Orwell" wrote

First, "Moe" was talking about the door windows.
Second, the newer windshields aren't "just glued" to be cheap. The glass becomes a structural part of the car, significantly strengthening the body and eliminating most of the squeaks, rattles, water leakage, and "twistability" of older cars, caused to their glass basically "floating" in the rubber gasket.
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