Easy-to-clean coatings – for surfaces that stay spotless

Make life easier for everyone: adding ingredients to your coating solutions that save time and effort in cleaning cars, kitchens, boats, and even buildings.

Easy to clean, easy to protect

Even in the cleanest environments, there’s always a possibility of something spoiling appearances. People with grubby hands mess up a stainless-steel sink, cars get splashed with mud, vandals think it’s fun to leave their marks on trains. Cleaning can be extremely time-consuming and in the case of removing graffiti, aggressive chemicals may even be needed. Ultimately, you can’t keep all dirt at bay. But if you use the right functional ingredients in your coatings, you can arm materials with the right protection. This prepares them for regular cleaning and makes it much easier to keep dirt under control. This not only saves time, it even shields materials in the long term.

Scroll down and explore the easy-to-clean properties of our organic Polysilazanes (Durazane®).

Our solutions add easy-to-clean properties to coatings

We offer a unique range of special coating binders that allow you to formulate easy-to-clean coatings. The magic word here is hydrophobicity – the ability of our organic Polysilazanes (Durazane®) to repel water and help keep surfaces in good condition. All the cleaning process requires is a small amount of water and cleaning fluid and… whoosh, the grime disappears again! 

Our Polysilazanes even make child’s play out of formulating anti-graffiti coatings. Our ingredients make it much easier and quicker to remove unwanted graffiti. Coatings also ward off the damage caused to the paint by chemicals. Easy-to-clean coatings can be used for: 

  • Mobility:
    • Automotive 
    • Marine Solutions 
    • Puplic transportation, such as trams and trains 
  • Architecture & Construction:
    • Building facades 
    • Interiors such as stainless-steel kitchen sinks 
  • Industry:
    • Industrial plant

Our ingredients can be used in solutions used to protect: 

  • Metal such as steel
  • Aluminum 
  • Polymers (plastic) 
  • Glass and ceramics