Antibacterial Kitchen Doors
With so many options available for your new kitchen doors, should antibacterial be a real consideration? Let’s take a look at the benefits and you can then make a more informed decision before you decide.
Antibacterial kitchen doors are resistant to bacteria growth and can help to reduce the spread of harmful germs and diseases. Not only that, these type of doors also promote a healthier environment and better hygiene. They are easy to clean, providing less likelihood for bacteria to thrive and remaining sparkly like on first use for years. In addition, these finishes can often serve as a barrier against airborne pathogens.
Another benefit of antibacterial door finishes is that they are impact resistant and designed to hold up in high-traffic areas. This helps create a better barrier against weathering, ensuring your door will maintain its high-quality look over time.
The benefits to the final finish
The finish has resistance to moulds, mildew, germ cross infection, rotting and spoilage odours. Bacteria controlled include the deadly MRSA, Salmonella and E. coli, and is built into the product for the lifetime of the product.
Areas of use
The antibacterial door finish has a long-standing record of use in many countries, being registered with regulatory authorities such as the US Environmental Protection Agency and Health Canada.
This finish is an ideal choice for areas like hospitals, care homes, hotels, restaurants, schools and colleges, business offices, kitchens and bedrooms.
It is safe to use and does not cause sensitivity nor teratogenicity nor mutagenicity, but still provides strong protection against germs without using silver technology. Finally, the VOC emission only increases by 0.234g/L.