Taping windows to prevent them from shattering does not work and it doesn’t strengthen the glass. What it does is make the shattered pieces bigger and more dangerous.
Taping windows to prevent them from shattering does not work and it doesn’t strengthen the glass. What it does is make the shattered pieces bigger and more dangerous. Eduardo Verdugo AP
Taping windows to prevent them from shattering does not work and it doesn’t strengthen the glass. What it does is make the shattered pieces bigger and more dangerous. Eduardo Verdugo AP

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