I came home yesterday and found a hole in one of my window glass panels. Looks like a rock hit it from the outside of the house, somehow.
I am going to have to replace the glass panel anyway in another 6 months or so. Meanwhile, I am looking to plug this hole for a little while (primarily so insects dont get in and my air con bills don't go through the roof). So it doesn't have to be pretty.
Would applying clear packaging tape on both sides of the hole, leaving a little gap on one side and filling it up with some sort of resin/epoxy do the trick ?
If so, what type of resin should I be after ? If not, how could I plug this hole ? The window gets plenty of sunlight
Another option I was thinking was to fill the hole with a clear sealant like http://www.selleys.com.au/sealants/co-polymer/all-clear/
All in all, how do i plug a hole in a glass panel ?
This is a picture (the 'ridges' and 'cracks' are on the inside):