Lainiere Health & Wellness has been announced as the official antimicrobial fabric partner for the luxury hospitality Industry's leading trade organization ILHA. Lainiere Health & Wellness offers the sector with complementary antimicrobial fabric solutions for hospitality products such as masks and gloves for guests and staff, laundry and valet bags, and food & beverage uniforms like chef's coats, aprons, pants and toques.
Lainiere Health & Wellness is a Chargeurs PCC Fashion Technologies' division. Thomas Becker, Senior Director of Innovation and Design at Chargeurs, feels very proud for its partnership with ILHA, he further ensures that they are committed to providing the most trusted antimicrobial benefits to the sector and the hoteliers can rely on their quality and can improve on-site hygiene practices and this will give their guests, a sense of a surety and peace of mind that they looking for or and being scared of in this pandemic. Lainiere Performance Silver uses silver metal encapsulated in its fabric molecules to fight microbes on soft surfaces. Positively charged silver ions assure long-lasting protection against bacteria and fungi which can create bad odor and infections. The hospitality sector is doing every possible thing to improve its hygiene standards for its guests and staff. By using antimicrobial fabric products from Lainiere Health & Wellness they are ensuring the enhanced safety without compromising on any aspect of the guest experience.
For ages, silver has been used as a powerful metal to fight antimicrobial agents. For the guests, the Lainiere Performance Silver line offers a portable Protective Travel Kit which includes a mask, gloves and antimicrobial wipes that can be offered as a gift at check-in or through the hotel's gift shop.
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