stone chip

stone chip

A small, angular fragment of stone containing no dust.
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To this abode there is an approach, ankle-deep in stone chips, resembling a petrified grove of tombstones, urns, draperies, and broken columns, in all stages of sculpture.
A stone chip on the windscreen may look innocuous, but can easily turn into a serious crack.
To the side of the house lie alpine-style gardens and rockeries, a stone chip terrace and a utility garden complete with covered shelter and greenhouse.
Added to this, the overall size of windscreens has increased dramatically, making them more susceptible to stone chip damage.
BASF Coatings will supply primer systems that provide stone chip protection in colors that match the topcoat.
A stone chip has appeared on my windscreen, and I am worried the police will stop me.
A 20mph speed limit does not stop the loose stones from being thrown up and who is going to foot the ball if windscreens have stone chips due to the work carried out?
It is also the case with stone chips," a Noida Authority contractor said.
Wansbeck council's chief engineer Bill Curtis said that stone chips poured into gaps gouged from gardens adjoining Newbiggin promenade had stayed in place in spite of recent storms.
After contacting two different Porsche centres, I've been told that although the cars carry a 10-year corrosion warranty, stone chips are classed as driver damage and are not covered.
REPAIRING dents and scratches on your car could add pounds 1,000 to the value when re-selling, says Manheim Auctions, which claims a windscreen chip takes off about pounds 50, a cigarette burn to the interior pounds 100, stone chips pounds 150 and wheel damage pounds 200.