Liquid Glass Micron technology and products are 21st century, Micron-thin, rapid dry, burnishable, silica-based floor coatings ideally suited for demanding commercial environments including schools, restaurants, health care and retail. These products provide outstanding benefits compared to the use of acrylic floor finish or conventional hard surface polishing, respectively.
Liquid Glass product options include:
Stone and Concrete
Vinyl and Rubber
Porous Surface Primer
Refresh and Restore
Liquid Glass coatings are comprised of proprietary compounds derived from a reactive process combining a variety of particles ranging from Nano to Micron-sized molecules, which form ceramic-like polymer droplets. When deposited on a flooring surface, these droplets create a micron-thin-film-structure with durability and refreshability. These coatings have multiple years of proven performance in commercial office, retail, institutional, educational and restaurant environments throughout North America.
Liquid Glass coatings are notcross-linked polymer floor finishes; nor are they urethane, epoxy, Polyaspartic or latex coatings or impregnating sealers. They are not derived from hydrocarbon material. Unlike conventional finishes, Liquid Glass coatings do not rely on heat to melt a polymer finish to achieve a higher gloss.
Liquid Glass high performance coatings provide highly differentiated and exceptional performance:
Realize superb clarity and premium appearance with its micron-thin film
Lowers cost of owning a floor (reduced labor, less required material, less overall)
Achieve low cost per sq. ft. due to fewer number of coats and extensive coverage per gallon
Eliminates ongoing need to strip but can be easily removed
Easy and fast to apply, measured by thousands of feet per man hour
Rapid in-use times, rapid dry times, all measured in minutes
Sustainable and "green" on multiple fronts, inputs and outputs
Nearly 0 VOC’s per liter
Low to No odor
Adheres without abrasion to dense, smooth and polished surfaces
Adheres to highly flexible materials
Easily repairable, easily refreshed
Burnish less frequently, 50% or less burnishing is typical
Satin sheen but can be burnished for higher shine• Attractive scratch, abrasion, stain resistance and easily refresh-able