We generally say that you can use liquid glass to protect almost any surface. Today we will be more specific so you can know all the materials with which you can use liquid glass and how liquid glass works on each of them.
After intense research and hard work we have developed different types of liquid glass that we commercialise in different brands, in this way you can find the product which better suits your needs and protects the material you need.
Liquid glass on glass
It may seem strange to protect glass with liquid glass, but it is not so weird. As you already know, liquid glass creates a thin film, which is easy to clean and strengthens the protected surface. If we think about the time, effort and money that we spend cleaning glass on windows, screens or cupboards the benefits of applying liquid glass on glass are clear to see.
Any glass protected with liquid glass keeps clean and without streaks, any dirt settled on the glass will be removed simply by pouring water on it, this even works with rain.
Liquid glass on wood
Wood can be also protected with liquid glass. We can get better results on natural wood but liquid glass can be used on plywood or MDF. When wood is protected with liquid glass it gains hydrophobic properties, so it does not absorb water and swelling is avoided.
Liquid glass gives wood other advantages such as being soil repellent, breathable and frost resistant, among others.
Liquid glass on plastic
Plastic has become indispensable in our lives; we use it to manufacture many objects that we use every day. Protecting them with liquid glass will make these objects last longer, giving us the opportunity to keep them in better condition and increase the lifespan of any product.
Plastic has many good and useful properties that can be reinforced with the use of liquid glass. Any plastic protected with liquid glass will become hydrophobic, will repel oil, will be easy to clean and will be antimicrobial.
Liquid glass on stone and marble
Why would I need to protect stone if it is so strong? It is true that stone is very hard, but when it is exposed to extreme weather or chemical substances it can lose some properties and, above all, its good appearance.
Liquid glass strengthens some of the natural properties of stone such as breathability and will add others such as repelling water and absorbing avoid foul odours. It can also hep to protect it from graffiti since cleaning any surface with a Liquid glass coating is very easy.
Liquid glass on ceramic
Liquid glass is perfect to use in bathrooms where many of the components are made of ceramic material, and also to protect vessels and roof coverings. When we apply liquid glass on ceramic it repels oil, water and dirt, it becomes antimicrobial, and it is also protected against acid and alkaline substances.
Liquid glass on metal
As strong as it may look, metal can also be affected by the elements such as water, wind and fire, prolonged exposure to these elements will surely damage it. Thanks to the protection liquid glass gives to metals, they will last longer against corrosion, abrasion and acid; and they also get insulation properties.