Welcome to the world of Silicon Dioxide – SiO2 – Liquid Glass, nano layering technology. Liquid Glass Shield offers some truly stunning characteristics and terrific benefits of nanotechnology in many different applications.
Nanotechnology takes many forms and involves developments in many different areas. In all instances, though, it’s concerned with the creation of nano layers, nano particles, or nano “devices”. In the case of pure Liquid Glass, which involves the creation of nano layers. The word ‘Nano’ comes from the Greek word meaning “dwarf” or small and we now use the term in a scientific sense. When we are talking of Nano products, or technologies, we’re referring to items or coatings which have dimensions that are measured in billionths of a metre.
A nanometre (nm) is approximately 80,000 times thinner than a human hair. A Liquid Glass coating is approximately 100nm thick (or thin!). This means that they are approximately 12 molecules thick. This means that the coating that you apply to your devices and other items is approximately 500 times thinner than a human hair.
This truly revolutionary product contains pure, particle free, Silicon Dioxide – SiO2 – which means that it contains “pure glass”. The glass is in a molecular form and is held in a liquid. It doesn’t become “glass” until it’s allowed to dry. Just for the record, the glass that you find in windows is not pure glass!
Liquid Glass shield is invisible to the naked eye. This means that the coating doesn’t alter the appearance or texture of the treated surface in any way, shape or form.
Liquid Glass Shield is a highly durable, flexible, super smooth, breathable and ‘Super Phobic’ coating. Being ‘Super Phobic’ means that it repels oil, water, and dry soiling. Dry dirt will not stick to the treated surface and liquids such as red wine, or coffee, are unable to penetrate the coating on fabrics. This is because each filament of every fibre is protected with a Nano scale layer of glass. Most significantly, almost all treated surfaces can be cleaned with water alone. Solvents and cleaners are, generally, no longer required. This means that, in most instances, environmentally damaging cleaning chemicals are not needed.