Due to the structure of the nanobased coatings, dirt and moisture can no longer adhere to the treated surfaces. The coatings are extremely oleophobic and hydrophobic (easy to clean). Because these contaminants no longer adhere, treated surfaces are very easy to keep clean with mild cleaning agents.
When we apply it to glass, or something else, self-cleaning properties can be created by the so-called photocatalytic effect. We recognize two characteristics in this. The materials treated by us become maintenance-friendly, easy to clean and will immediately save you costs.
1. UV light: still present in abundance on most cloudy days, activates the substrate and reacts with the organic dirt and natural attack. Due to the oxidation process, it no longer adheres to the substrate, dissolves and evaporates.
2. The hydrophilic property: the substrate attracts water, which then runs off the surface without the formation of drops. Dust and dirt can easily be washed away in normal rainy weather. Because the photocatalysis process is constantly active, even stubborn deposits (bird droppings or resin from trees) will eventually be broken down and run off the substrate. To speed up this process during drier periods, the substrate can be easily sprayed or sponged with clean water.