How to Seal Engine Heads With Liquid Glass?

Answer Sodium silicate is a compound frequently found in bug repellent and concrete sealant. Under intense heat, sodium silicate creates a gel called liquid glass. Do-it-yourself mechanics can take advant... Read More »

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How to Use Liquid Glass To Seal A Blown Head Gasket?

A blown head gasket can allow water to get into your oil. This can cause compression and power loss, and can cost a pretty penny to replace. This easy fix will allow you to continue driving your ve... Read More »

What Engine Problems Would I Have With Cracked Engine Heads?

An engine block, sometimes mistakenly called an "engine head" (most likely after "cylinder head"), are a vital part to any functioning engine. A cracked engine block occurs when a point in the soli... Read More »

How to Use Liquid Glass with Car Wax?

Liquid Glass is a polishing compound similar to other car wax products. Since it actually is a wax, it is unnecessary to add another wax on top of it; according to the manufacturer, another wax pro... Read More »

How to Fix a Main Gasket With Liquid Glass?

This is supposed to be a temporary fix but I know someone who followed this five years ago and his car still doesn’t leak water.