While it is true that tiles are a very hygienic option for floors and easy to clean as well, what if the deal got better and you got to know they are now available as being anti bacterial in nature? Does it sound too good to be true? Well, it is true! Anti bacterial tiles just arrived to make your life simpler.
What are they?
Anti bacterial tiles are manufactured using a special technology. Ceramic tiles are embedded with mineral particles such as titanium dioxide which are naturally anti microbial and can eliminate different types of bacteria such as E coli, Enterococuss, Staphylococuss, Psuedomonas etc. They also help to cut out some polluting agents in the air and remove odor in it. Some tiles require light to carry out a process called photocatalysis while others can work even without light.
Advantages of using These Tiles
While eliminating atmospheric pollution is the main benefit of using these tiles, they have other plus points as well.
Cleaning tiles can be very tedious and it takes some effort to maintain the hygiene and sparkle in living spaces. But anti bacterial tiles have a solution for this. They require the least amount of cleaning, of course you still need to use water to mop away particles or spills, but you will not have to depend on harsh bleaching and other chemical agents to kill germs. You will end up exposing yourself and your family members to fewer chemicals.
Natural tiles are perfect for both exterior and indoor applications. Many residential and commercial establishments such as homes, department stores, hospitals, and hotels have take advantage of these tiles. You can also see them adorn corridors, lobbies, swimming pools etc.
You will find ceramic tiles in a plethora of shades and designs; you can choose something that best suits your floor, whether it is an indoor or outdoor application. They are available in different neutral colors and various formats and finishes. They are ideal for use in any home or environment, especially in spaces that need to be kept clean such as bathrooms, hospitals, aged care facilities, kitchens etc. They do not require any other special treatment and can be laid the same way normal tiles are laid.