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Bloody hell that's sloppy.
When I had mine replaced on the wagon a few years ago, it had (according to the guy) the 'wrong' glue holding in the old windshield, and he had to spend a long time cleaning that off to put the right glue on foe the new one. The windshield went in and fit and looks right, but... I guess the process of cleaning the old glue off left gooey flecks of it flung all over the interior, where it stuck. And on the hood and fenders. Very hard to clean off, and I still have some stains on the seats from the glue.
They should be able to get it out without shattering it but the urethane will be a gooey mess in the center of the bead, it takes weeks or months to cure all the way through. Make sure they don't leave a nasty mess with all the wet urethane and butyl residue.
Also universal molding can look like ass depending on the shape and there will be a seam in the center, just so you're aware. Did it have a universal molding before or the OEM windshield trim?
Indeed. It's hard to notice all the tiny sand pits on old glass, but new glass is just so incredibly clear.
The windshield on my PV is almost like a chunk of beach glass at this point, lol.
Much better. The trim is definitely universal, but I really don't care.