Winter not only brings cold wet weather but it increases the chances of you experiencing difficult driving conditions. Unless you have a magic wand, when the low winter sun hits your windscreen you can be blinded by any array of dust, dirt or film on your glass. This can put both yourself and your passengers and the vehicles around you traveling on the road at serious danger of accidents occurring.
Winter driving can be marred by foggy conditions – both those that you drive through and having your windscreen fog up making it difficult to see. Many cars have forceful air conditioning units installed which can help burn the fog away but this is subject to many factors and still isn’t 100% guaranteed.
So what can you do? Ultrashield is a revolutionary product that can provide you with added protection against foggy windscreens, stone chips, pitting and cracks and ensures that your vehicles glass stays in pristine condition.
When you are fighting traffic and struggling to see due to the downpours that are common throughout our winters, having Ultrashield applied to your windscreen will make the water bead and slide away. This beading helps to increase your visibility as a driver and increases the safety of both you and your passengers.
Ultrashield uses nano technology (think smaller than micro) to form a water repellent molecular bonded layer on glass. It is abrasion resistant so it can withstand the use of cleaning agents, wiping, car wash and other chemical cleaning.
Living in New Zealand, UV rays from our sun are a real issue and products can degrade over time and need to be reapplied. Ultrashield is UV resistant and so is not affected by sunlight.
Unlike silicone or wax products that are applied in layers and then wear off, Ultrashield creates a molecular bond with the glass – this ensures a long life span for the Ultrashield application.
Don’t let winter driving conditions take you by surprise. Put yourself and your passenger’s safety in good hands and get Ultrashield glass treatment applied to your windscreen today. You won’t regret your decision to do so – you will just wonder what took you so long to do it in the first place!