We use cleaners to remove dirt from various surfaces. Cleansers can bind with the dirt, dissolve or decompose it, and ensure that we can wash or wipe it off the surface. In this process, it is essential that the cleanser particles penetrate to the dirt.

With soft, porous materials such as fabric that consists of several layers of intertwined fibers, the cleanser has to penetrate several layers to get to the dirt. With solid materials (glass, stainless steel), only the surface gets dirty. Although the surface may feel and look smooth, there are microscopic pores and holes in it where the dirt accumulates and the cleanser has to penetrate.

NanoTreat cleansers are designed to offer the most effective cleaning. They are composed of high quality active ingredients that effectively remove dirt from even the most unreachable places (pores, holes, and other irregularities not visible to the naked eye).

Revolutionary developments have been recently achieved in the research of particles. By using complex manufacturing processes, scientists have managed to formulate ordinary substances in a new form with extremely small particles. Matter that consists of such particles acquires new and useful properties. Their specific surface area is extremely large enabling them to adsorb huge quantities of other substances— including those that compose dirt. Since these particles are so extremely small, they can penetrate any pore on the surface and attack the dirt hidden deep in soft fabrics. In addition to that, these particles have an important property that turns cleansers into supercleansers: they fill in any irregularities or damage on surfaces. Of course, one cannot see this change with the naked eye but an entirely smooth surface significantly decreases the ability of dirt and water droplets to adhere to the surface. The cleanser thus not only cleans the surface but also protects it with a thin layer that ensures easier and less frequent cleaning and better protection.

NanoTreat cleansers clean and protect surfaces and reduce the frequency of cleaning. As a result, they can deservedly be called supercleansers.

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