How do i get the most out of my NanoGrip?

Before the first use

Before placing the NanoGrip anti-slip mat, make sure that the surface is clean and dry.

Vinyl treated surfaces can advantageously be washed with a wet cloth, and then wiped clean with a lint-free cloth, or paper towel.

Then place the NanoGrip sticky mat onto the desired area, and press it firmly onto the area.

You can then place your smartphone, or GPS navication on the anti-slip mat – press the article lightly onto the NanoGrip sticky pad, while turning it slightly to ensure maximum grip on the sticky pad.


Placing items on the Nano-Grip dashboard pad

The Nano-Grip sticky pad works via a micro sucktion principle, so when placing items, be sure to press them firmly onto the dashboard pad, while twisting the item a little. This will ensure that it sticks fully to the dashboard pad.


Twist – don’t pull

To remove an object from the dashboard mat, twist the object slightly to break the “vacuum effect” while you lift it off. Do this to ensure that possible loose parts do not get stuck onto the sticky pad.

When placing items with moveable parts onto the NanoGrip Sticky pad, for instance the camera cover of some models of the Sony Ericsson Smartphones – these can become stuck onto the NanoGrip sticky mat. – To avoid this, twist the item lightly while slowly pulling it off the NanoGrip stickypad.


Give it a quick shower from time to time

If your NanoGrip sticky mat becomes dirty, or dusty, it will lose some of it’s stickiness.

Simply rinse it under lukewarm water, and air dry the anti-slip mat – this will make it regain its full stickiness, and can therefore be used over and over again.

Do not wipe it off with a towel, or paper, as this will leave small amounts of lint on it, that decreases the stickiness.

In some cases, for instance, if the NanoGrip has accumulated very fine particles of dirt or dust – it may be needed to rub it while rinsing it – you can also stretch it a little as you rinse it, to make sure the water gets into the microscopic crevices of the pad.


Placement – Go’s and No Go’s

When placing the NanoGrip sticky mat on porous surfaces, such as wallpaper or similar surfaces, be aware that there is a risk that the NanoGrip sticky pad can remove tears off the surface if it is very porous. A way to test the surface, is to place a strip of duct tape on it, and see if it tears the surface when removing it.

We recommend that you place the NanoGrip anti-slip mat in angles less than vertical, since items placed onto a NanoGrip sticky mat that is placed vertically, or upside down, may fall off over time.

Do not place the Nano-Grip so it is exposed to prolonged periods of direct sunlight, as the UV rays may damage the Nano-Grip, and cause it to loose its shape, and deteriorate.

If the NanoGrip is placed stationary on the same spot, then take it off, and move it to a new spot every month or two.

Be careful when placing objects onto the NanoGrip stickypad that can be damaged by falling down, if your NanoGrip stickymat is dusty or dirty.


Don’ts

Do not place your NanoGrip stickypad over Air Bag release areas, as you may risk injury should the Air Bag deploy, since this will launch the item places onto the NanoGrip stickymat towards you.

Avoid exposing the NanoGrip dashboard pad to prolonged periods of direct sunlight, as the UV rays of the sun may cause the NanoGrip to loose its shape, and deteriorate.

And No, You can’t use the Nano-Grip Sticky pad to climb the walls like SpiderMan – You will hurt yourself, and the furniture -We tried it, it didn’t work, so just don’t do it.


Do’s

Enjoy your NanoGrip, and find new innovative ways of getting use out of it.

We love it when you send us pictures of how the NanoGrip helps you in your daily life – our mail adress is: info@nano-grip.com Share your experiences with friends – they might also get use of the NanoGrip