Nano-Scale Liquid Glass Coatings

Glasses Coating & Anti-Fog

Anti-Fog-Kit (8679KIT)

Improved formula - Outstanding Performance


Anti-Fog Spray & Go for spectacles, (ski-)googles, motorcycle visors, mirrors etc.
  • Easy to apply
  • Immediate performance
  • Durable for several weeks

Applicable to any surface prone to fogging like polycarbonat and glass surfaces including the inside of vehicle windows.



  1. Clean the surface thoroughly.
  2. Spray Anti-Fog onto a small corner area of the enclosed micro-fibre tissue.
  3. Wipe the coating onto the target surface (both sides of spectacle lenses).
  4. Allow the coating to dry for as long as possible. Coated spectacles can be used after one minute, when the surface is „clear“, but ideally allow for a minimum of 15 minutes drying at room temperature before use.
  5. If a slight “film” is visible on the surface, gently wipe with the dry part of the micro-fibre tissue. Don’t buff the surface aggressively. Keep out of the reach of children.

Unlike most anti-fog coatings,which last for only a few days, this stunningly effective coating lasts for weeks or months. The 10ml in this bottle is sufficient for approximately 10 x coatings of both lenses (on both sides) of a pair of spectacles. Areas of application: Polycarbonate and glass surfaces including spectacles, ski goggles, motorcycle visors, camera lenses and vehicle windows (interior); in fact on any surface which is prone to fogging.

It is important to note that all wiping and cleaning actions on your anti-mist coating will act as an abrasive action and it will remove part or all of the coating.


  • 10 ml Anti-Fog
  • 1 micro-fibre tissue

Packed in PE stand-up pouch (standard colour black, other colours available on request)

More Information

Coating for sunglasses and spectacles

We are frequently asked about which coating we suggest for coating spectacles. It would appear to be a simple question, but the answer to it is quite complicated.

Modern spectacle lenses are made from several different types of "plastics" or glass (most common in bi focal lenses.) In addition to the different substrates one has to consider the different coatings which can appear on the spectacles.

One then has to consider that the frames of the spectacles can be made of plastics or metals. Often there is a lacquer coating on the frames.

Options for coating spectacles and sun glasses

Over many years of testing our 7656 coating has proven to be a great all round protection for spectacles of all types.

  • This DIY coating is exceptionally easy to apply
  • Rapid curing time
  • The surfaces can be handled in minutes
  • At only 100nm (nanometer) it does not create any discernible interference with light transmittance
  • It creates an easy to clean surface
  • It provides enhanced protection to scratches on all surfaces
  • It provides outstanding hydrophobicity
  • Of great benefit when outdoors ( sports, sailing etc)
  • The alcohol based solvents are not highly aggressive
  • Depending on usage, the coating will last for approximately 1 year

More about Plastics & Metal Coatings

  • Longer lasting protection
  • Create a more durable layer at between 1-3 microns
  • Suitable for either the manufacture of spectacles who wish to produce spectacles with enhanced protection to all surfaces or to those who which to enhance the appearance of their spectacles or who wish to use their spectacles in more extreme environments
  • These coatings require greater care in application
  • The solvents used are more complex than alcohol and so greater understanding of the substrate is required
  • The curing time for these coatings is longer
  • The coatings make dulled surfaces look like new
  • The coatings are highly resistant to abrasion and chemical attack
  • The coatings provide excellent hydrophobicity

More about Permanent Pro Easy On

In most instance we would recommend the protection and enhancement of spectacles via the application of our 7656 coating (available for DIY wipe on application).
Those who work in the  spectacles manufacturing or enhancement sectors may find our professional coatings to be of interest.


Is it possible to coat the glasses with Liquid Glass first and then use the anti-fog on top?