PROTECT WINDOWS AND SAY GOODBYE TO DAMAGED OR DIRTY GLASS ON YOUR BUILDING SITES WITH OUR PEEL OFF TEMPORARY GLASS PROTECTION.
Protect your windows from construction-related debris such as mortar, render, and paint using Window Goop.
Ensure the protection of all your glass windows and aluminium joinery with Window Goop. This water-based peelable protective glass coating has a proven track record of safeguarding your windows and is globally recognized as the leading solution for preserving glass during construction. Window Goop is not only non-toxic and environmentally friendly but also suitable for providing temporary scratch protection to a wide range of glass surfaces, including soft, hard, and Low E coated glass.
While there are other window and glass protection solutions in the market, they often leave undesirable marks or residue when the time comes to peel or scrape them off. In stark contrast, Window Goop is entirely non-marking and leaves behind no traces or residue, ensuring your windows remain pristine throughout the construction process.
Window Goop is a user-friendly solution, effortlessly applied and removed. Its inclusion of cleaning agents ensures substrates remain impeccably clean and safeguarded throughout the construction process. As a result, you can bid farewell to unsightly, challenging-to-eliminate residues when Window Goop is peeled away upon project completion. It couldn’t be more convenient!
Furthermore, Window Goop has undergone rigorous testing, enduring 12 months of external exposure at a thickness of 100um. This duration surpasses that of most construction projects. If extended protection is necessary, simply apply a thicker layer of Window Goop to prolong its longevity.
Recognized as the leading temporary surface protection for windows and aluminium frames, Window Goop is a staple in both expansive commercial ventures and residential developments. Many of the builders we collaborate with attest to the cost-effectiveness of Goop products, choosing to Goop rather than replacing or repairing damaged surfaces.