This myth surfaced because antimicrobial laboratory tests are carried out in optimal conditions for bacteria growth, such as a moisture-rich and humid environment.
Our antimicrobial protection proved effective in this ultimate test against microbes. To claim it’s ineffective in sub-optimal conditions for bacteria growth would be erroneous.
Antimicrobial technology requires the most minimal amount of moisture to perform and this is provided by the moisture in the air we breathe.
Myth 4: Antimicrobial wall cladding isn’t necessary as bacteria does not grow on walls and walls are at low-risk of contamination. Read the truth >>