We’ve been cleaning our houses with chemicals that are potentially harmful to our health and the environment for decades. Even with Sars-Cov-2, we’re up against powerful cleaners and high-grade alcohols that are hazardous to your materials, skin, and lungs, as well as your children and pets.

Toxic, corrosive acids, bleaches, and aggressive chlorine will almost certainly be found in your cleaning and housekeeping products’ ingredient lists. Regular use of such cleaners has been linked to asthma and other respiratory illnesses, as well as long-term skin and eye damage. Small children and pets are particularly vulnerable.

The safety of the home is very important to us at Nano Coatex. As a result, we’re creating, manufacturing, and marketing goods that you may safely use both inside and outside your house.

On the surfaces where you work, rest, and play with your kids and pets. Water and ingredient-based cleaners and protections that are safe for you, your children, pets, and materials.

Cleaners and protections based on water and ingredients that are safe for you, your children, pets and materials.


The bathroom is a space of human intimacy. The space where our skin is most exposed to dirt and other environmental influences. As a result, this is the room that gets cleaned the most aggressively and frequently in the house (next to the kitchen counter). With a lot of people, this obsessive-compulsive disorder has gone beyond all reasonable bounds, and the bathroom is only considered clean when it smells like strong chemicals (say chlorine).


Most of the impurities in the bathroom are due to rough and absorbent surfaces. Glass, polished stone, plastic, … all these surfaces are smooth to the human eye and touch. However, under a microscope, these surfaces appear to be rather rough, with numerous micro capillaries and fissures. It’s difficult to get rid of dirt or limescale that clings to or forms in these capillaries. Cleaners that are forceful and abrasive are required.

Fog is another important issue with glass. Fogging limits the usual usage of glass surfaces, whether it’s a bathroom mirror, a kitchen window, or glasses. Fogging is caused by a large number of droplets being formed and adhered to the surface, which refract light and prevent the glass from being transparent.

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