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Fox Fire Glass Chooses Nanofilm Clarity UltraSEAL ABW for Sandblasted Glass: Invisible Nanotechnology Coating Preserves Contrast, Protects Glass from Dirt, Fingerprints

Fox Fire Glass LLC creates one-of-a-kind artistic and functional architectural glass, including large sandblasted installations. Their sandblasted designs need a protective coating to resist dirt and environmental contaminants, but conventional coatings dampen the contrast of the sandblasting, hiding the beauty of the design.

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April 18th, 2012
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