Home is where you go to kick back, relax and spend time with family and friends. It’s not a place where you want to worry about stain and odor-causing microbes like bacteria, mold and mildew.
Products like bathroom and kitchen sinks and other related hygiene products with antimicrobial product protection will resist hard-to-clean stains. The cured paint on your walls and the finish on your hardwood flooring will inhibit mold growth with antimicrobial product protection. From individual towels to vacuum cleaners to complete HVAC and air filtration systems, around-the-clock product protection and integrated odor control staves off odors, stains and product deterioration. Microorganisms that come into contact with antimicrobial-protected consumer products experience disrupted reproduction. Infused during the manufacturing process, Microban® product protection is engineered not to wash away or wear off over time. It is important to note although Microban technology provides resilient product protection, routine cleanings and normal hygiene practices should not be ignored. Enhance your company’s product line today with Microban built-in product protection for a fresher, cleaner consumer catalog.
Appliance housings may look clean and shiny, but they can harbor significant levels of microbes. All these can be treated with Microban antimicrobial technologies to inhibit the growth of microbe populations that can damage appliance surfaces.
Microban technologies can be added to a variety of polymers (e.g. vinyl, rubber, latex, PP, PS, ABS ) that are found in a variety of bathroom articles and other hygiene products. These antimicrobials can be easily molded or extruded as part of the manufacturing process.
Cleaning & Hygiene Products
Cleaning and hygiene products such as scrub brushes benefit from antimicrobial product protection. They are usually stored in a wet, warm bathroom or kitchen and can harbor microbes. To prevent microbial growth on prime surfaces like these, Microban antimicrobials are built into the product during the manufacturing process.
Food storage containers can be protected from microbial damage by Microban® solutions. Antimicrobial additive technologies are chosen to be fully compliant with regulations governing food contact safety.
While an appliance’s surface might look clean and shiny, it can harbor significant levels of microorganisms that can damage the product and cause odors. This is especially true when considering kitchen appliances without antimicrobial product protection.
Office and School Products
Office and school products such as keyboards and pens are notoriously full of microbes. Microban antimicrobial technologies can be easily incorporated into polymers to create antimicrobial pen product protection.
Bathrooms are typically moist and warm and can harbor significant microbial flora on hygiene product surfaces. Microban technologies can be added to a variety of polymers (e.g. vinyl, rubber, latex, PP, PS and ABS ) through antimicrobial masterbatch product protection.
Pet products such as bowls and beds are rarely cleaned. Incorporating antimicrobial solutions can create cleaner pet products. Materials commonly used in these products (PP, ABS, PVC, fabrics ) can be easily treated with Microban antimicrobial and odor control technologies.
Pool and Spa
Pool and Spa tubs are typically vacuum-formed from polymer sheets. Microban antimicrobial product protection can be added to these sheets during the manufacturing process, and hence become a permanent part of the polymer form.
Sporting equipment such as yoga mats and coolers are made of PP and can be incorporated with Microban odor control technologies to effectively control microbial growth and odors associated with bacteria.
Vacuum cleaners are an appliance that is made to create a cleaner atmosphere, yet they often harbor significant levels of microbes. Typical polymers used for appliances include ABS, PS and PC
Having antimicrobial filter product protection inhibits the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria on the surface of the filter. Microban antimicrobial technologies can be used to treat water filtration media to control microbial growth in the filters.