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Glass sealing - how it works & application tips

Discover the future of cleaning: Glass sealing with nanotechnology! You probably know the problem that cleaning windows, shower cubicles and other glass surfaces is laborious and time-consuming. This is where we can help: Inspired by nature, the lotus effect ensures that dirt and water simply roll off – for surfaces that are always clean without much effort(easy-to-clean effect). Find out how you can easily integrate this technique into your everyday life to spend less time cleaning and more time doing the things that are really important to you. In this article you will find everything you need to know about the topic, the products and how to use them.

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What is glass sealing and how does it work?

Basics of glass sealing and nanotechnology

The glass sealing uses advanced technology to make glass surfaces water and dirt repellent. The application creates an invisible layer that creates a hydrophobic and oelophobic surface. These tiny chemical structures form a permanent bond with the glass surface and change its properties at a molecular level. The result is a coating that ensures that water and dirt do not stick, but instead roll off.

The use of nanotechnology in glass sealing revolutionizes surface treatment by creating a lotus effect. As with lotus leaves, water droplets and dirt cannot adhere to the sealed glass surfaces. This technology is suitable for a wide range of applications – from windows and shower cubicles to car windows. The special feature: Treated glass surfaces are much easier to clean, as dirt and water simply roll off.

The lotus effect: naturally clean surfaces

The lotus effect is a fascinating natural phenomenon in which water rolls off the leaves of the lotus plant, taking dirt particles with it. This self-cleaning effect is created by microscopic structures on the leaf surface, which are extremely water-repellent. In the
glass sealing
such a coating ensures that liquids and dirt do not adhere and instead simply roll off. This keeps the glass surface clean for longer, which significantly reduces the cleaning effort and also protects the environment, as less water and cleaning agents are required.

From nature to nano sealing: the development

The development of nano sealants for glass is an impressive illustration of how nature can be a source of inspiration for technological innovations. By studying the self-cleaning effect of the lotus plant, scientists have learned to transfer these properties to artificial surfaces such as glass using nanotechnology. This led to the development of efficient glass coatings that are permanently water and dirt repellent and at the same time resistant to environmental influences.

The advantages of glass sealing compared to conventional cleaning

Long-lasting cleanliness thanks to nano-coatings

The application of a sealant to glass surfaces offers significant advantages over traditional cleaning methods. The biggest advantage is the long-lasting cleanliness guaranteed by the protective surface layer. Dirt and limescale cannot stick, which means glass surfaces stay clean for longer and are easier to clean – a considerable time saver in the household.

In addition, the nano-based glass sealant not only improves cleanliness, but also helps to protect the glass surfaces. The nanofilm protects against hard water, limescale deposits, UV radiation and reduces the risk of damage caused by environmental influences or mechanical wear. This extends the life of glass and offers cost-effective benefits, while reducing the need for cleaning agents and water, thus reducing the environmental impact.

Simpler cleaning processes and less water consumption

glass sealant
greatly simplifies the cleaning process for glass surfaces by allowing dirt and water to simply roll off. A quick rinse or wipe is often enough, which leads to a significant reduction in water consumption. In times when sustainability and resource conservation are important, this technology is particularly advantageous. The need for intensive scrubbing and the use of large quantities of water and chemical cleaning agents is eliminated, which requires minimal maintenance.

In addition to reducing water consumption, less use of chemical cleaning agents leads to less waste water pollution and exposure to chemicals. In addition, the reduced need for harsh chemicals and aggressive cleaning techniques extends the service life of the glass surfaces. The savings in water and cleaning agents, together with the extended service life of the glass surfaces, make nano sealing an attractive solution for environmentally conscious consumers who value cleanliness and sustainability.

Protection against limescale and dirt particles

Limescale stains and dirt particles are often a stubborn problem on unsealed glass surfaces, which glass sealing for showers effectively counteracts. The smooth and water-repellent layer makes it more difficult for limescale and impurities to adhere, which is particularly useful in areas with hard water. Nano sealing for glass not only keeps shower cubicles, kitchen windows or windscreens clean and clear for longer, but also helps with cleaning. The coated surfaces are therefore more resistant to everyday wear and tear, which preserves the transparency, cleanliness and appearance of the surfaces and extends their service life.

Possible applications of nano sealants in everyday life

Glass sealants in the car: windshield and windows

The advantages of glass sealing are particularly striking in the automotive sector. A sealed windshield not only improves visibility in the rain thanks to the beading effect, but also makes it easier to remove dirt, insect residue and ice. The hydrophobic property of the glass sealant allows rainwater to roll off, making windshield wipers work more effectively and improving safety in bad weather. In addition, frost formation is reduced in winter, which makes de-icing easier.

Sealing glass, showers, shower cubicles and bathrooms

Coating glass, especially in shower cubicles and bathrooms, is one of the most popular applications of nano sealing in the home. Limescale and soap residue tend to build up on glass surfaces in damp areas. It protects effectively by preventing these residues from sticking and allowing water to simply roll off. Residues can be easily removed without harsh chemicals or intensive scrubbing. This makes the cleaning process considerably easier and ensures that the shower cubicle remains clean and hygienic for longer.

The role of nano sealants for windows, conservatories and patio roofs

Windows, conservatories and patio roofs are other areas where nano sealants can make a significant difference. The self-cleaning ability due to the lotus effect ensures that rainwater, dirt, weather and dust are simply washed away, so that the windows need to be cleaned manually much less often. This is particularly advantageous for windows that are difficult to access or large glass surfaces such as a conservatory.

Step-by-step: How to seal glass surfaces yourself

Sealing glass surfaces is an effective method of ensuring long-lasting cleanliness and protection against soiling. Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to seal glass surfaces yourself, as well as tips for subsequent care.

Preparation of the surface

  1. Cleaning: Start by thoroughly cleaning the glass surface. Remove dust, dirt and grease stains completely, as these can impair the effectiveness of the sealant.
  2. Degrease: Use a glass cleaner or a mixture of water and a little washing-up liquid to degrease the surface. Then rinse with clear water.
  3. Drying: Make sure that the glass surface is completely dry before you start sealing. Use a lint-free cloth to remove any water residue.

Applying the nano sealant

  1. Read the instructions: Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions as application procedures may differ slightly.
  2. Even application: Use a clean, lint-free cloth or sponge to apply the sealant. Work in small sections and apply the sealant with even, circular movements.
  3. Observe the drying time: Allow the sealant to dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Avoid touching the surface or exposing it to moisture during this time.
  4. Polishing: After the sealer has dried, you can polish the surface with a clean, dry cloth to remove any residue and maximize the shine.

Care and cleaning

  1. Gentle cleaning: A soft cloth and water are often sufficient for regular cleaning. If necessary, you can also use mild glass cleaners.
  2. No aggressive cleaners: Avoid abrasive cleaners and harsh chemicals, as these can damage the sealant.
  3. Regular checks: Check the sealed surfaces regularly for signs of wear. If necessary, the sealant can be renewed to maintain the protection.

By following these steps and tips, you can effectively seal your glass surfaces and extend their lifespan while minimizing cleaning efforts.

Which products are suitable?

Frequently asked questions

What is glass sealing and how does it work?

glass sealant
is a coating that is applied to glass surfaces to make them water-repellent and dirt-resistant. It uses nanotechnology to form an invisible, water and dirt-repellent layer that makes water bead up and repels rainwater and dirt particles. This keeps the treated surface clean for longer and makes cleaning much easier.

Why should I treat my shower with a glass sealant?

The glass sealant for showers protects glass surfaces from limescale and soap residue so that water simply rolls off and less residue sticks. This not only ensures a shiny surface, but also makes cleaning easier, as less force is required for cleaning.

How long does the effect of a nano seal last?

The service life can vary, but essentially depends on the stress on the treated glass surfaces and the quality of the sealant.
of the sealant. On average, a service life of between 1 and 3 years can be assumed before the effect slowly wears off and a new application becomes sensible.

Does the coating make it easier to remove dirt from the surface of the glass?

Yes, the
nano sealing
makes it much easier to remove dirt from glass surfaces

Is the beading behavior influenced by a coating from the factory?

If the glass has already been coated at the factory, our sealants may not be fully effective.

Can I also use the glass sealant on my spectacle lenses?

Yes, glass sealants can also be used on spectacle lenses, but a sealant specifically designed for this purpose should be used.

Does the coating protect against fingerprints on the glass surface?

Yes, the coating can help to reduce fingerprints on the glass surface.

Is the glass coating a ceramic sealant?

No, a glass coating is not necessarily a ceramic sealant; there are different types of sealants for glass, including ceramic-based ones. The products from are not ceramic sealants.

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All information in this article has been compiled with the utmost care and to the best of our knowledge and belief. We recommend that the application of the described sealants be carried out exclusively by specialist companies and using the appropriate protective clothing. It is also advisable to test the sealant on an inconspicuous area first to ensure that the result meets expectations and the surface is not damaged.