Question:

What Does 9H Mean?

Answer:

9H hardness is a measure based on the Pencil Hardness Test. This is often used by manufacturers to test the hardness of clear and pigmented coatings. The Pencil Hardness test is used to determine the scratch resistance of a coating surface by using pencils to scratch the surface and rate the scratch resistance in relation to that pencils hardness and other materials of similar hardness.

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