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Nanolex

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Nanolex is a Saarbrücken, Germany based manufacturer of high-end nano-technology products for the automotive-, marine- and aerial detailing sector. With a collection of products that include, shampoo, coatings, sealants and tools. Nanolex is a commercial division of Infinitec Gmbh.

Nanolex products

Nanolex produces high-end products that are based on nano-technology. This allows them to create synthetic products that are high performing for the enthusiast who requires more then just a coat of protection. The range of coatings cover glass, paintwork, wheels and textile/leather protection. With cleaning products that are designed to work in harmony with the protective product.

What sets them apart

Instead of putting the most time and effort in using SiO2, they also focus on using Si3D which can offer superior protection when combined with different nano-technology ingredients.

Nanolex History

Nanolex is part of Infinitec Gmbh and has been set up by Florian Kessler. Its main focus has been the development and implementation of high-end nano-products in the field of surface perfection and protection.

Company information

Nanolex has its own website, has a Facebook page but is not overly active on social media or detailing fora. They can rarely be found at car events unless a distributor and/or re-seller takes it upon themselves to put the word out. They spent an average amount of time and effort on marketing and let the products speak for themselves. The brand is being sold from the HQ in Germany, but can be bought from several distributors around the world. However, their biggest clientele lies within Europe.

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