I can still see a windscreen chip I had repaired - is this normal?

I've just had a windscreen chip repaired. It was approximately 10mm in diameter. I hoped it would disappear, but I can still see it from inside and outside of the car. Is this acceptable?

Asked on 26 February 2018 by Gordon Powell

Answered by Honest John
It's impossible to perfectly repair a chipped windscreen. Repairers do as well as they can by injecting fluid under heat, but a screen is a laminate and a successful repair cannot be guaranteed.
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