To successfully implement nanotechnology, focus on several important topics. First, you should ask the manufacturer of nanoproducts to determine the best additive (or additives) that will allow you to achieve the desired effect. Often, the determination of the composition and concentration requires additional research and requires the involvement of both parties in the research process. It also requires transferring part of the knowledge about the target product to the supplier of nanotechnology. The second important parameter is uniform distribution of nanoadditive inside target product. Inaccurate mixing or combination of raw materials with a nanoadditive can result in the opposite effect. Thirdly, the final product should be tested for the desired properties (not the raw material). Often, customers ask us for the results of, for example, bactericidal silver, which can radically change after its mixing with f.ex. paint. Therefore, we perform tests on a ready-made, modified product.