With the pandemic at large in a short span of time, many homeowners, architects and builders are realizing the importance of antimicrobial products for their homes, commercial areas, and residential spaces. One such popular brand that makes quality antimicrobial products is CenturyPly. Their antiviral products come with special nanotechnology which kills up to 99.0% of bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi, and microbes on contact by rupturing their cells and keeping your home safe and protected.

Many brands have now come up with their own antibacterial and antiviral products.

If you are deciding to decorate your home, here are some products that will help you design safe interiors.

Antibacterial fabrics

These fabrics are preferred for curtains and furniture upholstery as they can stop and prevent the growth of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and microbes within its fibers. Any readymade fiber can be made antibacterial by adding this special Virokill agent to its surface during the manufacturing process. Some materials like bamboo and viscose are already antibacterial in nature, whereas others need to have this special agent applied.

Antibacterial surfaces

Some of the most frequently touched surfaces in your home are your kitchen cabinets, bathroom shelves, tabletops, counters and handles, and doorknobs to name a few. These need to be antimicrobial in nature and keeping this in mind, CenturyPly has come out with Virokill plywood, veneers, and laminates that are available in a number of designs, colors, and types and can replicate the look of marble, granite, and other natural material. These surfaces help to get rid of bacteria coming into contact with its surface and are also durable, long-lasting, and resistant to scratches, spills, stains, and much more. Some antimicrobial laminates are fire and moisture retardant and can be used in your kitchen and bathroom spaces as well as flooring and wall times to prevent the growth of fungus, mold, and harmful germs and pathogens.

Antimicrobial wall paint

Anti-microbial wall paint can be used for interior walls and have special nanotechnology that kills viruses, fungi, bacteria, and microbes upon contact. You can even mix some additives into the paint to make it antimicrobial in nature for added protection of your home.

Kitchens and bathrooms

Virokill laminates are most preferred for use as kitchen countertops and bathroom cabinets as they are two rooms most likely to be affected by microbial growth. Since it is borer & termite resistant, scratch-resistant and can withstand moisture, heat, and humidity from cooking, showering, bathing, and more, it is the ideal material to use. Manufacturers are now looking for new ways to stop the damaging impact that microbes have on your furniture and appliances and most prime surfaces nowadays are made with nanotechnology which is resistant to 99.9% of germs and bacteria as well as being easy to clean, maintain, durable and available in a variety of finishes, colors, types and elevate the aesthetics of any space.

Living spaces and countertops

Kitchen and bar countertops as well as living room furniture like coffee tables, sofas, and more and constantly touched and this makes them a breeding ground for germs and bacteria. Laminate manufacturers have created special surfaces that are antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal in nature and help to protect your home from viruses. All you need to do is wipe down your furniture with a dry microfibre cloth and a gentle cleansing agent. Antimicrobial furniture is ideal to be used and can match with your décor and theme of your home with its attractive craftsmanship and design.

The Bottom Line

With many people working from home, individuals and suppliers have begun to realize the importance of antimicrobial surfaces in their homes. Besides being durable and long-lasting CenturyPly antimicrobial products are affordable, have a lower carbon footprint, and being versatile, they do not cost much to transport. This makes it ideal for use in your interior decoration.

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Rajat Sahoo, is a blogger and have years of experience of the domain. I love to read and write about latest and useful tips for technology, Fashion and lifestyle