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May 20, 2016 by Polyvance
While it may be a rare occurrence on late-model bumpers made of polypropylene, many bumpers made of polyurethane are prone to what some call a "spiderweb crack".
These are small cracks in the vicinity of the main damage. The cracks initiate in the paint and often work their way into the base material.
Polyvance's master repair technician and head trainer, John Wilburn, has just created an instructional video showing you the step by step procedure for repairing these spiderweb cracks. Click here to see the video on our YouTube channel.