The agents contained in the products are organized so as to bond firmly to the surface upon application.


If the surface is smooth and non-absorbent, the particles bind together, cling to the surface and repel liquids (water repellent effect).


For porous surfaces, the particles penetrate and fill the pores. Mosses, fungi, lichens and algae (inside / outside) can no longer adhere to the surface. 


All of these pollutants no longer come into contact with the material and water repplent simply on the surface.


With the textile (natural and synthetic) the operation is similar.

The treatment wraps each fiber, preventing moisture from passing through and dirt getting embedded. The treatment is totally harmless.

After drying, the coating develops its non-stick properties. Since the reduction in the surface tension, the liquids replent easily, carrying with them all the impurities and pollution. The appearance, the texture and the breathing of the materials does not change at all and permanently keeps the appearance new.


The advantage of a nano coating results from its high chemical and mechanical resistance after hardening. It resists temperatures up to 450 ° C, is UV stable and frost resistant. 


The side effect is its high resistance to scratches and mechanical wear that permanently protects the surface. Influences of the environment or use have any consequences and the surfaces easily accept water at high pressure (max 50 / 60bar).


Once the coat is dry, it is completely harmless to health. When applied correctly and after drying, no risk to health is expected.


The nanos coatings are only a few nanometers thick and are visible only with powerful microscopes. The coating binds firmly to the surface. For porous materials, detachment of the coating is not possible without damaging the surface.


smooth materials, it is with great effort and radical means (steel wires) that have can remove the treatment.


But this can damage the soft surfaces (plastic).
Nanotechnology products have been studied and tested for years.


They continue to be developed and optimally improved for all surfaces (glass, ceramic, porcelain, stone, concrete, plaster, masonry, chrome, leather, textile, etc …).