Some rooms are just subject to more health threats like mold, mildew, bacteria, and other microbes. Unfortunately, it doesn’t take long for bacteria to begin resurfacing after a rigorous cleaning; it can happen in as little as 20 minutes.
Of course, no one has the time or patience to keep cleaning their floors every 20 minutes. But what if those surfaces could help keep themselves clean?
That’s the power of Microban. It is antimicrobial technology built into every Daltile Defend tile creating a permanent shield against bacteria. While it’s still important to clean Defend flooring regularly, it is protected between cleanings. And right now, all Daltile Defend floor tile is on sale now through May 31!
This is a great chance to provide a healthier home for your family and save money along the way.
Of course, you won’t have to trade style for cleanliness. The tile in Daltile’s Defend Collection is some of the most beautiful on the market. They come in a broad array of styles, colors, and textures, with many perfectly reflecting the beauty of natural stone and wood.
Stop by your local CarpetsPlus COLORTILE retailer to save more on your new floors today!
Microban® technology is a cost-effective solution that remains active for your ceramic product’s expected lifetime – so long as the glaze remains intact.
ENHANCES CLEANLINESS & DURABILITY
Product cleanliness is visibly improved without affecting the appearance, functions or durability of your product.
SAFE TO USE
Microban antimicrobial ceramic products contain non-leaching technologies that are notified with EU Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) and registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
EFFECTIVE AGAINST HARMFUL BACTERIA
Microban technology has been proven effective against a broad spectrum of bacteria
EXTENDED PRODUCT LIFETIME
Microban antimicrobial ceramics technologies are effective against the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria. This helps to create inherently cleaner and more durable ceramic products.
FOOD CONTACT APPROVED
Selected Microban antimicrobial ceramic technologies are approved for use in direct food-contact applications.