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Infinity Fabrics offers RV owners solution to traditional carpet

By Darian Warden
Assistant Editor

For RVers looking for an alternative to traditional carpet, Infinity Fabrics offers a solution.

Infinity Fabrics Luxury Woven Vinyl provides RV owners with a flooring option that is mold, mildew and UV-fade resistant. Coming from the marine industry where mold and mildew was a major issue for flooring options, Infinity Fabrics has developed a patented woven vinyl face flooring with a blown vinyl backing. This combination prevents the growth of mold, mildew and bacteria.2015_Classic_30_Back_to_Front_Macadamia_with_Night_Sky_Countertops_Decor_Web

“Our product is the premier option because it is antimicrobial, easy to clean, and quick to dry when wet,” said Infinity Fabrics Marketing and Communications Director Warren McCrickard. “The major difference between our flooring and our competitors, is our blown vinyl backing. No one else has it. Competitors use a urethane backing, which can crack, mold and mildew.”

RV owners have plenty of design choices with Infinity Fabrics, which offers 17 collections and more than 160 color options. Airstream has already incorporated Infinity Fabrics Luxury Woven Vinyl  into its 2015 Classic. RV owners no longer have to worry about tracking mud or other messes into their RV and staining their carpet.

Aside from the added benefits of design and performance, Infinity Fabrics luxury-woven vinyl is manufactured entirely in the U.S.A. Infinity Fabrics are also ultra-violet stable, resistant to fading, and includes a ten-year limited warranty. McCrickard said the company adheres to strict Certifiably Green Standards and uses raw materials that are 100 percent recyclable.

“From where the driver sits to the back of your RV, to know its aesthetically pleasing while at the same time from a performance perspective, if someone spills wine or a pet makes a mess, you can easily clean it up, is a win-win,” McCrickard said.

For more information, visit www.infinityfabricsllc.com.



About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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