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Inax Ecocarat R Slit

More than just a beautiful, textured interior ceramic tile, remarkable Ecocarat is incredibly absorbent, specifically designed by INAX Japan to help maintain a healthy, comfortable living environment.

Due to its absorption properties, it is quite precious, more like a textured wallpaper than a hard porcelain tile.

Ecocarat readily absorbs moisture, thereby restraining humidity and the generation of condensation, mould, bacteria and the propagation of allergy causing dust mites. Importantly they are also capable of absorbing toxic, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde and toluene generated by building materials and cleaning products, as well as odours from pets and cigarettes.



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Ecocarat R Slit RST1

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Ecocarat R Slit RST2

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Ecocarat R Slit RST3


  • Installation with Ecocarat adhesive only. No grout.
  • Not suitable for splash backs, showers or externally.
  • Please note this product stains easily, handle with clean gloves and tools when installing.


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