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Covid-19: Safety + Use of Instyle’s Products

Blog
15/05/2020
Research shows that coronavirus become inactive more quickly on porous surfaces such as our textiles, aniline leathers and acoustic products
While anti-microbial treatments and finishes may make people feel psychologically more comfortable, they have not been thoroughly tested to prove they are effective in fighting the new coronavirus

1 A recent study published by the New England Journal of Medicine concluded that porous materials were much less likely to hold viable amounts of the virus in comparison to non-porous materials such as plastics and stainless steel

2 Research by Ian, M. Mackay (Adjunct Assistance Professor, The University of Queensland) and Katherine Arden, (Virologist, The University of Queensland)