The olephobic layer is actually an intrinsic material property. we use a micro fabrication technique to "shape and treat" the surface of the film, this techniques turn the surface into a corrugated island.this structure mimics a lot of microstructure found in mature, such as lotus leaf (hence called lotus effect).
This essentially reduce the contact point and also allow the oil to beads up, so it makes grease such as finger print (both polar and non-polar solvent) and make up a lot easier to clean compare to smooth structure i,.e. bare gorilla glass.
this is a great engineering example of how we used nature inspired structure and incorporate them into the screen protector.
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