Here’s why Royale Health Shield Asthma and Allergy Friendly is perfect for your home.
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Royale Health Shield Asthma and Allergy Friendly variant is very low on allergens and also very low on VoC compared to other emulsions. Hence the paint provides a supportive environment for people with allergies and Asthma immediately after painting.
Royale Health Shield Asthma and Allery Friendly variant, is based on Silver Ion Technology. Silver Ions in the paint breaks through the cell walls of the bacteria, disrupts cellular respiration and attacks the DNA of the bacteria and thereby stops replication.
Yes, Royale Health Shield Asthma and Allergy Friendly Variant neutralizes Formaldehyde which is a common source of indoor air pollution, thereby purifying your indoor air.
Yes, Royale Health Shield Asthma and Allergy Friendly variant has best in Class stain resistance which enables the toughest of stains to be cleaned easily.
Bacteria, both pathogenic and non-pathogenic can enter you house through various sources such air, pets, visitors, food etc.. These bacteria can in turn cause infections. Hence it is necessary to reduce the chances of infection using Anti-Bacterial Coatings in your house.
#Royale Health Shield (Asthma and Allergy Friendly Variant) with Silver Ion technology, within 2 hours of exposure kills 99% bacteria on walls.
*Fomite Infections (bacteria) can spread through infected walls among other indoor surfaces in homes and offices.
Refer to ‘Antibacterial Silver’, 1994, School of Chemistry & App Chemistry, University of Wales by Julia Clement & Penelope Jarrett.