Our professional grade Windshield Stick Pro™ is made of genuine acetal which has a very low coefficient of friction. As a result, this allows the tool to slide effortlessly on glass without scratching it. This premium tool is the perfect choice for auto glass installation professionals.
This plastic windshield stick is available in 5 different shapes and styles and will perform a wide variety of tasks. The tapered ends are an ideal windshield setting tool. In addition, these auto glass chisel sticks are the perfect tool for scraping off urethane that is sticking to the windshield.
Part #01 and #02 both have tapered ends, but #02 is slightly thicker. At the ends, the edge of the #02 is .06″ thick whereas the #01 is .04″ thick. Therefore the #02 is more robust while the #01 fits more easily into small gaps.
Part #04 has 1 tapered end and 1 sharp chisel end.
Part #5 is a specialized tool that has 1 tapered end and 1 curved end.
Part #06 has 2 sharp chisel ends which makes it convenient when one end becomes dull and worn out.
The chisel end is great for removing excess sealant or adhesive. The curved end fits easily into tight spaces, and it also functions as a pry tool without damaging the auto glass. This plastic windshield stick can be used to remove suction cups from windshields without scratching the glass. Just push the sharp chisel edge of the tool underneath the suction cup to break the vacuum seal to release it from the glass.
Made of a specially formulated material, these windshield installation tools will not scratch, chip, or damage glass. A great addition to every toolbox, the auto glass chisel sticks have unlimited uses including windshield installation and removal, for prying on the glass, for tooling adhesives and sealants, for removing trim, and much more. Made in the USA at our factory in Ohio.
The Windshield Stick Pro™ is available with your custom logo or company name on it. A great way to advertise your company. Contact us for more details.
This item is known by many names including fibre stick, fiberstick, fiber stick, windshield tool, windshield stick, windshield installation tool, plastic windshield tool, windshield bone tool, and universal tool.
For more information about windshields, this article by Wikipedia discusses windshield installation and repair. To learn the basic steps of replacing a windshield, wikiHow explains how to replace a windshield in this step by step guide that includes pictures.