For Your Windows


on January 4, 2011

My introduction to the word “nano” probably occurred in the 1970’s when I heard Mork refer to a nanosecond on television. Just a few years ago, I met a woman who was on jury duty who was a technical writer. Her assignment at the time was writing about machines that were so minute you could not even see them. Now that would be interesting to witness and write about, especially since you can’t see anything.

Well, there really are nano-windows, and I do not mean ones that are so small you cannot see them, let alone decorate or clean them. But then, the whole appeal of a nano-window is that it never needs cleaning. Thanks to nano-technology we now have nano-fibers, and those fibers  integrated into the glass make it repel dirt and oil, and with the help of a little rain the window can actually self-clean.

The cost of such windows is prohibitive, and even though it might be practical for a tall building, at home I would still recommend you HIRE A PROFESSIONAL to clean your windows.

I hope you can see the picture I inserted between the first 2 paragraphs. It’s a bit nano.


  1. Arthur says:

    You tease1 There’s no picture between those paragraphs!

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