Non-slip Antimicrobial Bath Mat

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  • £23.00

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The NEW Isagi Bath Mat has been developed to a new standard, to incorporate Silver Technology for its antimicrobial qualities, and independently laboratory tested to fulfill the new British Standard BS8445:2012 for slip resistance. The mats achieved Level 1, deemed to offer the greatest slip resistance.

The StayPut by Isagi bath mat is a top quality cushioned and comfortable slip resistant mat made to a generous size. Free draining with a lightly textured soft surface, and strong grip suckers underneath, which ensure a safe footing, helping to prevent foot and surface slip, as tested for the BS Standard BS8445:2012.

The mat has been made from PER® (Polymer Environmental Resin) which is OEKO-TEX Standard 100, (safe for baby articles), Non Toxic (contains no heavy metals, Phenols or Phthalates), and is rubber and latex free.

Silver technology is now being widely used as an additive in the manufacturing of materials for its antimicrobial qualities, the Isagi bath mat has been manufactured using this silver technology incorporated throughout the material, not just as a surface treatment, to inhibit growth of bacteria or mould.

The mat is secured in place with white moulded suckers, which have also been manufactured to include the antimicrobial silver agent. The new sucker configuration ensures excellent grip as tested for the BS standard, there is even an integral hook on the back.

Isagi antimicrobial bath mats are suitable for machine washing @ 40 degree min wash, and allowed to dry naturally.

Specifications

43 x 90cm.

Key features: 

  • Top quality cushioned and comfortable slip resistant mat. 

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