180° Glass Coating FEATURES
The standard glass protectant is used in 180° glass coating, which will fill the glass pores and form a layer of protective film that separates the glass from external pollutants. The unique oil-repellent function prevents oil from adhering to it, while the powerful water-repellent function makes oil and other impurities slide off when it rains, keeping your glass clean and clear. Glass protective agents contain silicon compounds that will make the rain droplets slide off when reaches the speed of 70 km/h, without the need to use wipers to wipe off the rain. Therefore, drivers will have a clearer view of the road, even in the heavy rain at night.
Atmospheric pollutants and exhaust fumes can accumulate on the glass and form a transparent oil film. These oil films will reduce clarity of the glass and may also cause a light scattering effect when headlights are shine from the opposite direction, affecting traffic safety.
Cars that are waxed often will create a residue on the glass surface when the wax on the roof is washed by the rain. The automated car wash machines at petrol stations uses water-based wax, but oil solidifies on the glass because water droplets deposit crystallized minerals in the glass pores during the drying process. After some time, the water spots will be difficult to remove.