What is liquid protection?

Liquid screen protectors are liquid glass (Silicon Dioxide) that is applied on your display. Manufacturers and marketers claim that the “invisible” coat adds oil and scratch resistance. Liquid screen protectors are indeed liquid glass and once applied on your screen, they cannot be removed.

What is liquid armor made of?

Typically, it consists of Kevlar that is soaked in one of two fluids – either a shear thickening fluid or a magnetorheological fluid. Both these fluids show the behavior of a Non-Newtonian fluid, behaving like a liquid under low or normal pressure and solid under higher pressure or applied fields.

How much does liquid armor cost?

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Can Liquid Glass fill in cracks?

Liquid glass essentially goes over a phone screen, and it fills in all of those microscopic pores and imperfections on the surface. This adds up to six times the protection against cracks and scratches on your phone screen, without even having to add an extra piece of glass on it.

Does Liquid Glass actually work?

Yes, liquid glass really works! It’s not snake oil or some hoax. But don’t just get any liquid glass screen protector. Instead, choose to go green with Pela’s innovative Canopy liquid glass, an eco-friendly screen protector.

How long does a liquid screen protector last?

No it is typically not permanent even though we do have a coating that can last for up to 25 years. 99% of our coatings will last between 9 months and 2 years depending where they are applied and how much abrasion the surface is exposed to.

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Is liquid Body Armor real?

Liquid Armour is a material under research by defense institutions and universities around the world including the United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL). Some of the earliest research in this area was performed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and University of Delaware in 2003.