Posts by Richard Campfield

Ultra Bond Files for Summary Judgment on Safelite’s Deceptive Six-Inch (size of a Dollar Bill) False Advertising   

After over four years of litigation Ultra Bond has filed for Summary Judgment to put an injunction (immediate stop) and for corrective advertising to Safelite’s false and misleading six-inch / “size of a dollar bill” criterion which has made them billions of dollars of ill gotten gains. Safelite’s entire business model is based on a…

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LONG CRACK HOLDS UP IN ROLLOVER CRASH

Ultra Bond Windshield Repair Resin Remains Intact after Rollover Crash Long Crack Repair Holds Up In Rollover Crash Mary Weaver of Texas, escaped unharmed when she rolled her 2000 Chevy Blazer (shown in the photo with, Reddells), thanks to a 12- inch crack repair that saved the original factory seal and windshield. There was barely…

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Facts You Should Know About Windshield Repair Resins

Understanding the science behind a windshield break and crack; how a windshield is made and the resins created to fix windshields are important for anyone in the windshield repair industry to know. This deep understanding of windshield repair chemistry will help you buy better resin and relay to your customer that you are the expert they…

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Technical Windshield Facts You Should Know

Laminated glass is layers of toughened glass and plastic. When laminated glass is broken it is held in place by an interlayer typically made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB), in between its two (or more) layers of glass, which crumble into small pieces. The interlayer keeps the layers of glass bonded even when broken, and its…

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ULTRA BOND V. SAFELITE LAWSUIT TO MOVE FORWARD

ULTRA BOND V SAFELITE LAWSUIT – WILL MOVE FORWARD – Safelite’s Motion to Dismiss was denied in part and granted in part. The court did find falsity in their advertising of cracks longer than six inches not being repairable. Ultra Bond and Richard Campfield are glad to be moving forward with discovery and getting on…

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