Tech savvy: Crypton’s vertical surfaces

Michigan-based high performance textile company Crypton launched vertical surfaces that use technology that keep them clean and bacteria-free. Made with yarn tapes and Crypton technology, all of Crypton’s wallcoverings undergo extensive testing and trials to ensure that they are completely resistant to stains, mold and bacteria. The product is stiff yet pliable so it can encircle corners, and it experiences no glue bleed-through due to the trademark chemistry of the coating.

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