New solvent-free products for US and UK markets

Fila has launched new eco-friendly products at Coverings in Atlanta and The Natural Stone Show in London.

The new solvent-free products include: stain proofing FILAMP90 ECO (for US and UK markets) and FILAFOB ECO (for US markets only) and colour enhancing FILASTONE PLUS ECO (also for US markets). Like all Fila Green Line products, the treatments have been developed with the environment in mind – but they also offer uncompromised performance and versatility. All three are LEED-compliant and suitable for use on food contact surfaces.

Developed for the treatment of polished porcelain, ceramics, polished natural stone, terrazzo and crackle-glaze tiles, FILAMP90 ECO seals, protects and promotes easy maintenance. It is ideal for the protection of work surfaces and vanity units.

FILAFOB ECO also provides stain protection and is developed for absorbent surfaces, including natural stone, terracotta and brick surfaces, BBQ areas and driveways. Both protect without altering surface colour or forming a film, and are water-based and ready to use.

The third new treatment, FILASTONE PLUS ECO offers colour enhancing protection for natural stone, marble and granite surfaces. It reduces dirt absorption on both shiny and untreated surfaces, without forming a film.

Each of the three treatments provides high coverage and long lasting protection for both internal and external natural surfaces. Solutions can be applied with some residual moisture, so they offer a further benefit in terms of application time.


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