nano|tech¦nol¦ogy : pronounced nanotechnology is the branch of technology that deals with dimensions and tolerances of less than 100 nanometres, especially the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules. In short, it’s invisible to the naked eye! Tiny engineering of materials, liquids and solids formed in a structural pattern like a honeycomb fashion. This engineering allows these molecules to form a grid over a surface, once bonded it protects the surface from water, abrasions and scratches amongst other properties
Shark Proof uses this engineering of nanotechnology and by manipulating the atomic structures we have created a glass surface which bonds with your existing glass surface to create a screen protector, it works exactly how your traditional screen protector would work
No, and that’s the beauty of it, Shark Proof liquid screen protector has been designed, tested, and retested to ensure that it does not have any negative impact on your device. It is designed only to protect your device
Interesting question – why would you? Once applied it is designed to protect your device, you won’t know its there. But if you are adamant on wanting to remove something invisible that you can easily do so by cleansing the screen using ethanol based cleaning alcohols, contact us for directions and instructions.
Yes, Shark Proof is designed to specifically bond with the glass surface, on all other surface contact is will evaporate. We have designed our formulation specifically so that you can worry and hassle free use it on your device as often you will have a camera on the reverse and front top. When you buff the screen after applying the Nano Applicator be sure to wipe clearn the non glass areas.
No, Shark Proof is designed specifically to bond with the glass surface of your screen, not the plastic / rubber or metal areas.
Yes, this is a two part process. Firstly when applying the Cleaner / Primer to the device you are actually killing off any existing bacteria, germs and wiping away grease, oil from your fingers and hands as well as any other unwanted residue which is often not visible to the naked eye. When applying the Nano Applicator, your glass area of your device is now being coated by a thin layer of glass which bonds in a way not to allow germs and bacteria to harvest on the device. Your smart cleaner sticker which is provided within your pack should then be used for continuous cleaning.
Shark Proof is durable against most things, however, if you are excessively exposing to liquids / splashes or cleaning with Alcohol based cleaning cloths then over time the nanotechnology Shark Proof layer will slowly wear off. We recommend you re apply coating after every 13-14 months depending on your usage.
No, it is not advisable to put any liquid screen protector onto a cracked screen. It is always advised to replace your screen first and then apply Shark Proof, your already cracked screen will further weaken and deteriorate.
Yes, many customers around the world are already using Shark Proof to protect their in car or external Satellite Navigation systems, whatever the make or model, the best practice would be is to apply before going to sleep with the car, heaters and air con switched off. By the time you are ready to drive again in the morning your Sat Nav will be protected and ready.
Yes, IF your smart phone is under 10″ screen size which it most probably will be, then at the same time of coating your phone not after, but whilst the nano applicator and cleaner are being applied you can coat your watch at the same time.