Depending on weather conditions and environment.
Weather conditions: the more you use your windshield wipers reduces the time the application stays on. In average the application should be good for up to six months with normal rain or snowy conditions.
Environmental: When you live in coastal areas with the sand and salt in the air it might reduce the life of the application as well.
Liquid Glass Guard will bead up the water and make the water slide off the slippery glass surface. Also coming out to your car in the morning the condensation on the windshield will be beaded and one swipe with your wipers it’s gone.
It all depends on weather and environmental conditions
It is recommended that the average driver apply Liquid Glass Guard every six months to their vehicle windshield
For the best protection we suggest applying your second coat at the 4-month mark. Then every six months after.
Always wash the areas on the windshield that you will apply liquid glass coating to with a suitable cleaning agent. Dry the surface area and then use the Liquid Glass Guard #1 wipe to give the area a deep clean next apply the Liquid Glass Guard #2 wipe (liquid glass coating) after the appropriate waiting period take a microfiber cloth and buff the area you applied the liquid glass.
Yes. But it must be done quickly. The Liquid Glass Guard wipes will dry within 90 seconds.
10 minutes in warmer weather and 30 minutes in colder weather. (see back of wipes)
It’s best applied in a shaded area when the windshield is not so hot.
Remember you need to make sure there are no dust particles on the surface
(May be best to apply in the garage if possible)
Yes. By using a combination of wire wool (0000) and cerium oxide.
We do not work with discrete nano particles, the SiO² is amorphous molecular scale SiO². Our Liquid Glass Guard coatings are designed as wet-chemical coatings. The dried coatings are approximately 100nm (nanometres) thin and therefore fall under the official definition of “nanotechnology” (“structures” <=100 nm). Our SiO² based products do not mix particles into the liquids.
The coating or the “solid content” of the coatings in the liquid does not penetrate into the skin, if the coating arrives upon the skin a layer will form but this layer will not bond effectively to the skin because there is a layer of fat on the skin and binding groups are missing (although we recommend wearing gloves when using it, as the ethanol alcohol in our alcohol-based sealants can dry out the hands).