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24th November 2017

 

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Bath remodelling expert introduces exclusive anti-mould and mildew technology

* Bath-remodeling.jpgCharleston Bath Experts (CBE), is providing customers with the exclusive Microban system, which uses antimicrobial technologies designed to inhibit the growth of mould and mildew in their bathroom fittings.

Infused into all of CBE's bathtub and shower offerings, Microban is designed to inhibit the growth of mildew and mould and helps bathtubs and showers stay cleaner and fresher for longer, reducing the environmental impact caused by more frequent cleaning.

"As an environmental consultant and engineer, when I learned about what the Microban system was, I knew we had to bring it to Charleston," says Jim Clark, the company's owner and president. "For anyone who hates cleaning mould and mildew and is looking for a green solution, our Microban system tubs and showers are the answer."

Infused into all of CBE's bathtub and shower offerings, Microban protection is registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency for all applications, and Microban additives can be found in leading consumer and industrial products around the world. With Microban, tubs and showers stay cleaner and fresher for longer, reducing the environmental impact caused by more frequent cleaning, laundering and product replacement.

"If you're looking for less maintenance and you're interested in a bathroom remodel, our Microban systems are the only way to go," adds Jim. "We encourage Charleston residents who are even considering a bathroom remodel to contact us, and we'll be happy to show them how easily we can create the bathroom of their dreams with this innovative technology."

www.charlestonbathexperts.com

20th October 2017




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