Originally Posted by Szadek
Seems someone hasn't been doing their research.
I originally heard (read) of Titanium-dioxide chemical in Popular Science, in the article, they specifically mentioned SunClean as being a product of the adding Ti2 to Windows.
It seems someone is not reading what I said.
I did not say there was no process to coat windows with Ti02, I said I didn't think you would find any cleaners with the technology used on windows. The durable process they use on glass is a chemical vapor deposition process in which the TiO2 is fused to the glass at a high temperature. That does not come in a bottle of cleaner.
You might find a cleaner that claims to have TiO2 but it will not be durable like the fused TiO2.
SunClean is not a cleaner, it is trademark of PPG for their glass that has TiO2 fused to the surface.
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