What do Liquid quartz, SiO2 and silica coatings have in common? This could be a short blog because in essence they can have everything in common!
Like many products that are developed with a common active ingredient – for instance – in different marketplaces over time, some maintain their technical scientific name – eg Silicon dioxide or SiO2 nano-coatings, while others evolve with more colloquial terms such as Liquid Quartz. This has happened in the nano-coatings sector , where different category names have evolved which essentially use variations of the same active ingredient , potentially the same chemical process, and similar the same user benefits.
Benefits of liquid quartz, silicon dioxide, SiO2 coating
One of the many benefits of the Nano-Care range of silica based liquid quartz nano-coatings is their versatility in terms of breadth of surface application and range of strengths depending functionality required.
With application to multiple surface categories – from glass to textiles, leather to granite, sandstone to solar panels, the range includes specific formulations for non-porous and porous substrates such as terracotta, clays, and fabrics.
All product ranges offer the same broad benefits – with the degree of functionality varying with strength and detailed formulation:-
- Dirt repellence
- Appearance retention
- Anti-scratch (nano-ceramic range)
Selecting the appropriate liquid quartz, silicone dioxide or SiO2 coating.
Identifying the liquid quartz coating that is most appropriate to your application in the Nano-Care range is straightforward – simply select the main substrate classification – such as ‘Building Protection’ or ‘Coatings for Textiles’ and then check out each products’ description to discover which best fits your requirements.
Over the years our team have been asked to find protection for some obscure surfaces. For any questions regarding the suitability, functionality or application method of our coatings , our team is on hand to advise on the appropriate liquid quartz.