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The way sandblasted glass is maintained

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Update time : 2023-02-24 11:00:00

With the development of society, the use of sandblasted glass is still more widespread. Now there are many advantages in our family, and its beauty is relatively good. Then what is the maintenance of sandblasted glass?

1. The main material for spraying glass is glass. The texture is hard, but the collision or the scraping of sharp objects will damage the sprayed glass, affect the appearance, and even crack.

2. Do not clean new glass with water. The glass is also somewhat absorbent. Glass with high water content will affect the adhesion of paint. After sandblasting, the glass will mist up and lose its luster.

3. When cleaning spray glass, you can use talcum powder or chalk dust. After cleaning the glass, you can wipe it off with a dry towel.

4. If you want to spray yourself, you can clean the surface with alcohol. Alcohol has a certain bactericidal effect, alcohol drying speed, will not affect the spray effect. After the alcohol has dried, the glass is ready for processing.

From the surface of the sandblasted glass, the surface of the glass is very smooth, with very good light transmission. You can see from one side to the other and it's very good performance. Internal iron mesh can play a reinforcement, avoid collapse and extrusion and other functions. It can even block fire and prevent Mars from invading. With good protection performance and effect, even if the debris flying will not hurt.
Sandblasted glass manufacturers use new processes to avoid hollowing out. The temperature of the production environment will affect the price of sandblasted glass. The environment mainly affects the price and the performance of the product. In the process of production and processing, the use of low permeability sealant can play a better sealing effect, reduce the thickness, reduce the temperature difference, the temperature is controlled within the temperature range, to avoid the temperature difference is too large.

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