Nanocoatings are materials which are manufactured by shrinking raw materials at the molecular level to form a denser product. Nanocoatings are preferred over traditional coatings due to their lower VOCs content. In addition, nanocoatings have characteristics such as scratch, UV, chemical resistance, low maintenance, anti-corrosion and color and gloss retention among others. Nanocoatings are classified as anti-fingerprint, anti-microbial, anti-fouling and easy-to-clean, self-cleaning (Bionic and Photocatalytic) and others (specialty coatings, etc.). Anti-microbial is the most used nanocoating across various end-users. Anti-microbial nanocoatings are used by end-users such as medical and healthcare, water treatment, food manufacturing and packaging.