To have water repellent glass used a product of art: a mixture of synthetic polymers that is designed to alter the properties of glass and similar non-porous surfaces. With this solution ensures that the water, sleet and snow are repelled from the surface. It also manages to reduce the adhesion and accumulation on the surfaces of glass and many other non-porous materials such as powder, salt and other substances in the environment.

In order to produce a glass surface capable of repelling water, using the polar properties of the water and the glass surface. Simply use a product of art to change the polarity… making it hydrophobic. Technically known as a non-polar surface with hydrophobic properties ...  that repels water.

How do you get?

The product is applied to a glass surface which causes the crystal surface becomes hydrophobic. Is accomplished through the use of silicone polymers ... More specifically organopolysiloxanes (polymeric materials containing silicon, oxygen and organic groups).

When silicon polymers are attached to the glass surface, the surface changes from a hydrophobic . Thus, when a water molecule approaches the silicon surface treated is not attractive sites for bonds and therefore seeks other water molecules, to which is attached instead of joining the glass surface. This causes water molecules to come together in small droplets on the glass surface.

Since these water droplets are attracted to the glass surface that can be removed easily through forces such as wind currents and other physical forces. A similar process occurs with other materials such as dust, for example.

This solution reduces the maintenance time and expense respective ... managing to always have a clean glass.

Where can I apply?

Can be used for interior and exterior surfaces in residential and commercial boats. Can be used on all surfaces of glass, mirrors, nonferrous metals, porcelain, glass fiber, non-vitreous tiles and most plastic materials. Can also be used on polished surfaces of natural stone, taking into account the possible effects by forming a barrier against moisture.

The product used is chemically compatible with almost all anodized, silicone, epoxy enamel, polyurethane and fluoropolymer coatings.