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How to quickly identify the difference between the anti-glare glass AG surface and the original glass surface?

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  In the current market, we can see a lot of advertisements about anti-glare products, so today we will come to know how to quickly identify the AG surface of anti-glare glass and the original glass surface. What is the difference between them?
 

How to quickly identify the difference between the anti-glare glass AG surface and the original glass surface?
 

  This may seem relatively simple to people in the industry, but if you are new to this industry, you may have this question. I don’t know how to distinguish the AG surface of the anti-glare glass from the original glass surface! Since some people don’t understand, this is worth talking about. As the editor of Seismic Co., Ltd., a manufacturer of AG spray coating equipment, Rogen hopes to compile more knowledge about anti-glare, anti-fingerprints and more industry-related knowledge for everyone through the platform of Seismic, and hope to help more friends!
 

  Then, we will go directly to the topic and introduce two simple methods on how to identify the AG area and the original glass surface of the anti-glare glass:
 

  First: Gently slide back and forth on the glass with your hand. The original glass surface is not slippery, has a sense of touch, and is easy to leave fingerprints. The AG surface is smoother when sliding back and forth, because the AG surface has been etched on the surface. It has an etching depth of 0.06~0.08mm, with a paper-like touch.
 

  Second, look at the surface reflection scene, the reflection scene is blurred or it is not clear that it is the AG surface, because the AG surface has been acid-etched, and the mirror-like original glass surface is processed into an uneven surface, so that the mirror reflection can be turned into a diffuse surface. reflection.
 

  Today Goal is here to share with you two super reliable methods!
 

  Therefore, the light reflected from the AG surface is divergent and the scene is blurred. The reflection of the original glass surface can clearly see the scene, just like a mirror.
 

  The above are two simple methods on how to quickly identify the difference between the anti-glare glass AG surface and the original glass surface. I hope these contents will be helpful to you. If you want to learn more, please continue to pay attention to Seismic Stock!

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