SharpShield Liquid Glass Protection – Be Road Safe
Wet weather, glare, pitted windshields, and darkness all compromise vision while driving. In the United States alone, there are over a million wrecks each year caused by poor visibility. On top of this, small rocks and road debris cause chips and cracks in windshields which can lead to high repair costs, or even worse, put the occupants of your vehicle safety at risk. SharpShield liquid glass protection will help you be more road safe when you drive.
SharpShield™ uses nano-chemistry to reduce these concerns by addressing the underlying cause of many of these visibility issues: the physical structure of the automotive glass itself.
How Does SharpShield ™ Work?
Did you know vehicle glass is not smooth? In fact, when viewed under a microscope, ridges and valleys are present in the surface of the glass. SharpShield ™ bonds to the glass to fill in the ridges, adding up to 40% greater strength that lasts up to four years with no re-application.
- Strengthens windshield and windows by up to 40%
- Repels rain, snow, dirt, ice and makes them easier to remove.
- Increases nighttime vision up to 35% while reducing glare.
- Long lasting formula bonds to glass for up to 4 years.
- Resists scratching and pitting.
- Non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
SharpShield Money Back Guarantee
SharpShield™ Liquid Window Protection has an 18 Month Money Back Guarantee in the event of windshield damage! Available at participating partner locations.
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SharpShield™ is available with a money back guarantee! If your window becomes damaged beyond repair, simply return to your applicator for a refund!
Not available at all locations or for all application packages. Certain restrictions and rules apply. See your applicator for more details. You must show proof of damage. Refunds are only made through the original applicator and are not redeemable directly from Sharpline Converting, Inc. Please return to the original applicator for assistance. MBG is non-transferable.
Common SharpShield Questions
SharpShield is a polymer suspended in water. When applied to glass, SharpShield will chemically bond to the silica in glass and turn to solid form when the water carrier evaporates. Windshield glass has many imperfections that can only be seen microscopically. The chemical bond increases the surface integrity of the glass by filling in the imperfections.
SharpShield is formulated to bond to silica in glass and is not affected by detergents, wiper blades or minor abrasion. This makes the bond last up to 4 years.
SharpShield can experience wear and tear from larger debris and road hazards. This product is not guaranteed to stop larger rocks that could potentially break the windshield, but will reduce the chances effects of a break. Testing indicates 20 to 25% added surface strength with one coat and up to 40% with two coats.
Headlights and streetlights refract light off of the imperfections in the windshield creating a “halo” effect and glare. SharpShield minimizes the imperfections which reduces the glare up to 35%.
Not at all. Most repellent items do only that, repel. SharpShield, while being very repellent also strengthens glass and improves nighttime visibility in any weather, not just rain and snow. Additionally, these products are made from silicone that sets on top of glass and does not bond. They are susceptible to detergents, wiper blades, and weather requiring reapplication.
Both. Putting SharpShield on a new windshield before any damage can occur is always best. Although SharpShield will not fix existing damage, it will minimize risk of further damage and pitting.
Most insurance pays for only small cracks or chip repair, or has high deductibles with windshield replacement. Most do not cover costs of a new windshield. Many new vehicles require more difficult replacement due to electronics attached to the windshield and the need for calibration.
SharpShield is made for use by all demographics of people, vehicles, and geographical areas. Reasons for purchasing are, but not limited to:
- Winter treated roads that damage windshields
- Frequent storms with heavy rains
- Increased clarity from reduced pitting
- Easier snow, ice, and bug removal
- Increased visibility during night driving hours
- Improved structural integrity of the windshield
- Fewer repairs, lower costs than repairing or replacing windshields