How to apply Nanocoat for Glass
Application GLASSGUARD™ Nanocoat for glass
IMPORTANT: The wearing of gloves is recommended. Please ensure the area being treated is well ventilated. Do not store in direct sunlight. Store in its sealed container with the trigger switch off and keep away from children. In the event of eye contact, wash out immediately with water. Do not swallow or inhale. Seek medical advice if necessary.
Step 1: Preparing the glass
Make sure the glass is as clean as possible. If there are stains or mineral build up, we recommend restoring the glass to a 'new state'. If you can not remove the stains using a regular cleaner we recommend our GLASSGUARD™ Glass Restoration Stain Remover or our GLASSGUARD™ Magic Glass Restoration Nano Sponge.
Once the glass is restored as much as possible, clean the glass using our pre-cleaner solution or a alcohol based cleaner. Dry the glass and make sure the glass is free of any residue that might interfere with the nanocoat treatment.
Step 2: Applying the nanocoat
Doing 1 square metre or 3 square feet at a time, spray the nanocoat across the glass. You only need 2-3 sprays for this area size. Using a dry microfibre cloth, spread the nanocoat around in circular motions until it is completely dry. This may take up to 1 minute. Once dry, you can treat the next section of the glass. Repeat this process until you have treated the entire area.
Step 3: Post application
You may see 'grit' 'residue' or 'swirly marks' on the glass. This is normal as is just an excess of nanocoat on the glass. After about 5-10 minutes use a damp cloth to polish the glass and remove all the grit/residue from the glass, then using a dry cloth, wipe all the wet grit/residue off the glass. You may have to repeat this process a few times but once complete you should have clear, clean glass with the nanocoat applied. Allow at least 24 hours for the nanocoat to completely dry, try not wet the glass during this time.
Incase of failed application
If you have applied the nanocoat incorrectly you may see 'grit' 'residue' or 'swirly marks'. In this case use a strong alcohol based cleaner or methylated spirits (found at most hardware stores or supermarkets) to remove the nanocoat. You can then reapply the nanocoat following the instructions above carefully.