I've been reading posts and watching the videos about sealing your backglass with Krylon Triple Thick.
Some posts mention injecting Superglue or Triplethick or something similiar into the delaminated areas with a thin hypodermic needle.
The reason I ask this is I've seen it posted where the delaminated parts will come back up even if you TT the glass.
What do you Pinsiders do to ensure this doesn't happen?
I'm thinking of just laying one coat of TT then injecting (any recommendations?) into the delaminated parts after the first coat has set some but isn't hard yet then lay more coats to seal it. I can also use an exacto knife later to cut or chisel out the bad areas.
This is a one time shot for me because there aren't many of this glass and there's also the chance the spray will scatter some flakes if I'm not careful.
(This is a 1953 Williams backglass that has most of the artwork intact with some missing paint, cracks and some parts with delaminated flakes about 1/8 to 1/4 inch at the biggest)