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Anti-bacterial fabric, or called Antimicrobial fabric is designed to fight the growth of bacteria, mold, fungus, and other microbes. These microbe-fighting properties come from a chemical treatment, or antimicrobial finish, that is topically applied to textiles during the finishing stage, granting them the ability to inhibit microbial growth.

What Is Antimicrobial Fabric?

Antimicrobial fabric refers to any textile that protects against the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew, and other pathogenic microorganisms. This is achieved by treating textiles with an antimicrobial finish that inhibits the growth of hazardous microbes, creating an added layer of defense and prolonging the life of the fabric.


Made from 100% virgin polypropylene / Good strength and elogation / Soft feeling,nontextile,eco-friendly and recyclable / Use Antibacterial masterbatch from a reliable supplier, with SGS report. / The antibacterial rate was more than 99% / 2%~4% anti-bacterial optional

Common Applications

The pathogen-fighting capabilities of antimicrobial fabric makes it suitable for a wide range of applications across diverse industries, including but not limited to:

Medical. Hospital scrubs, medical mattress covers, and other medical fabric and upholstery often utilize antimicrobial textiles to reduce the spread of disease and infection.

Military and Defense. Used for chemical/biological warfare garments and other equipment.

Activewear. This type of fabric is suitable for athletic wear and footwear as it helps to prevent odors.

Construction. Antimicrobial textile is used for architectural fabrics, canopies, and awnings.

Housewares. Bedding, upholstery, curtains, carpets, pillows, and towels are often made from antimicrobial fabric to prolong their life and defend against bacterial growth.

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