NEW YORK — A Brooklyn-based textile company that produces mill-direct interior textiles for the hospitality, cruise, and contract industries has launched a new copper-based antimicrobial treatment that is said to offer medical-grade protection against both viruses and harmful bacteria that can be used in either upholstery or PPE.
The new finishing treatment is applied directly to the fabric and is claimed to maintain the hand, look and feel of the fabric.
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