February 2021 Newsletter
Replace Perspex Screens with long lasting Glass Screens. Compared to Perspex, Glass is a lot more resistant to scratches and environmental degradation from sunlight and chemicals. This results in glass lasting for hundreds of years in good condition, whereas Perspex will need replacing as can become discoloured and brittle over time.
Glass screens are more hygienic than Perspex because they have a nonporous surface, keeping them clean and free of bacteria and germs. This makes Glass surface easy to wipe for effective cleaning, whereas Perspex is harder to clean as it can scratch easily and allow bacteria to settle in the scratches.
Glass is 100% recyclable, meaning that each time glass is recycled, the resulting product does not lose quality. Although some plastics can be recycled, it is often degraded throughout each cycle meaning it often ends up in landfill or in our oceans. Perspex plastic waste is not sustainable like Glass, releasing toxic chemicals into the air and polluting our environment.
Glass is more expensive than Perspex but is far more durable, making it more cost-effective over time. You only need to purchase once, therefore will save money in the long run. In light of this, Glass screens are now fast becoming the preferred long-term screen solution to safeguard from Covid-19.