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Windshield Treatment Makes Glass Stronger
For vehicle operators hoping to save their windshields from cracks and chips, C-Bond’s nanoShield might be the answer.
    NanoShield is a liquid chemical that dries to an invisible finish post application, helping to increase the strength, durability and structural integrity of glass windshields.
    C-Bond explains all glass contains microscopic flaws and defects. When left untreated, these weaken the glass and cause small cracks and breaks. NanoShield bonds to glass to help protect it.
    Application of nanoShield should take place in a climate-controlled, dry area ranging from 50 to 90 F. You simply spray it on and squeegee it off.
    Vehicles can be driven immediately after application, although heavy rains should be avoided for up to 24 hours.
    C-Bond claims testing shows glass strength is increased up to 80 percent when compared to untreated glass. This reduces chipping and cracking and reduces repairs and replacement costs by up to 83 percent.
    NanoShield was developed in cooperation with Rice University’s Chemical and Mechanical Engineering Departments and has been privately validated by independent third-party laboratories.
    It’s manufactured in Houston, Texas, and is available at automotive dealers throughout the country. Kits start at $50 plus shipping.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, C-Bond nanoShield, 6035 South Loop East, Houston, Texas 77033 (ph 832-649-5658; www.cbondnanoshield.com).

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2022 - Volume #46, Issue #6