How do you want your glass to look?
“CLEARSHIELD” a non stick coating based on a special polymer.
This unique product is applied to the glass and works just like ‘non-stick’ cookware, acting as a protective barrier on the surface of the glass. ClearShield glass protection provides a surface that:
- Resists staining from hard water deposits
- Saves time and effort and is easier to clean
- Keeps your shower looking like new for longer
- Creates a more hygienic environment
- Does not support the growth of bacteria
When applied to clean and dry glass, it reacts catalytically to create a film that bonds chemically to the surface of the glass and cannot be washed away.
It is chemical bonding that produces “Clearshield” glass.
Once bonded, “Clearshield” provides a non-stick surface treatment fo glass which forms a barrier between the glass and its environment, thus minimizing contamination by dirt and pollutants.
The cured “Clearshield” film is completely transparent, chemically inert, non-hazardous and temperature resistant. It will not crack, peel or discolor
Ordinary glass is subject to harsh conditions, constantly exposed to weathering, surface contamination, chemical attack and physical damage. Contaminants such as atmospheric pollution, hard water deposits (limescale) and fingerprinting cause staining and discolouration.
With the ClearShield procedure, contaminated glass can be renewed and stains removed so that crystal-clear glass reappears. After treatment with ClearShield, this new surface is ‘non-stick’ and ‘easy to clean’, the same principle as the Teflon frying pan.
ClearShield can treat new or existing glass, interior or exterior.
For SANDBLASTED glass: ClearShield is the long-awaited solution to finger-mark and staining problems so prevalent with sandblasted glass.
This non-stick glass surface treatment stays completely transparent and is environmentally-friendly, non-toxic and resistant to high temperatures and ultra-violet rays. ClearShield can renew and restore glass in a safe and non-invasive way, without damage to building elements or the surroundings.