RESISTANT TO BACTERIA,
MOULD AND FUNGI
Ceramic material is a hostile environment for fungi, mould and bacteria
Some types of flooring are not conducive to the spread of bacteria, mould and fungi - provided you use the right products. Ceramic material, on the other hand, is a naturally hostile environment for the spread of bacteria, mould and fungi.
A healthy living environment is an essential factor for quality of life, and requires surfaces on which it is difficult for dirt to settle and become ingrained, or for which normal cleaning operations are quick and easy. The presence of bacteria, mould and fungi, which form in humid environments conducive to their development, can have a negative impact on health. Ceramic tiles can be cleaned quickly and effectively with normal household detergents, and their inert surface is not conducive to the spread of fungi, mould and bacteria.