Liquid Glass Guard was founded in January 2020, just before COVID -19 and the World shutting down in March. We, like many start-ups, have had our ups and downs starting a new business, let alone while having to navigate a worldwide pandemic. Strategically there's been challenges thus far with businesses shutting down and many working-class no longer commuting or driving in their cars for their daily commute to and from jobs. The entire company's marketing plan was scrapped due to the pandemic, and now, two-plus years later, here we are, and we are not going anywhere.
Listen, we know what you are thinking, Liquid Glass is not Rain-X. We've heard it before, and guess what, you're right, we aren't! We are better. You might think that's a bold statement, and it is, but it's also true. The proof is in the packaging.
I've used Rain-X in the past, and yes, it does work. It works great for about two to three weeks, and then you reapply, then you wait for another two to three weeks, and then you have to reapply, and then......ok, I'm sure you get the point.
Liquid Glass Guards si02 wipes provide your windshield with up to six months of protection with just one easy, do-it-yourself application. You do not have to be a scientist who understands chemical compounds to realize that six months is longer than two to three weeks or even a month.
If you are interested in the science behind it all, here you go, and you're welcome.
Rain-X = Polydimethylsiloxane
Liquid Glass Guard = Silicon Dioxide (si02)
What is the Difference Between Silicone and Siloxane?
Silicone and Siloxane are not the same. The key difference between silicone and Siloxane is that silicone is a polymer material, whereas Siloxane is a functional group. Furthermore, silicone has a number of siloxane groups repeating throughout the structure, while the structure of Siloxane is Si—O-Si bond. When considering the stability, silicone is very stable because of the Si-O-Si backbone, with no carbon-carbon bonds. Siloxane is unstable because it is a functional group and tends to react to form either a molecule or a polymer.
Hopefully, you are still awake after all that fascinating science lesson and if so, know, Liquid Glass Guard may be the underdog in the rain repellant game, but we are not going away. Give us a try, we are easy on the wallet, and the results speak for themselves.