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Kitchen TileOccasionally, kitchen floor tiles are going to come in contact with liquid spills. For this reason, it is very important to examine the slipperiness of your tile choice. The durability and water resistance of porcelain and ceramic tiles make them common choices for heavy traffic areas like the kitchen. Slate and Granite tiles are also common choices for the kitchen due to their durability. Many kitchen tiles are polished or glazed which makes slipping an even greater risk. Please make your kitchen safer and treat your kitchen tiles to make them less slippery. See below for Slip Doctors' recommended product for your kitchen tiles.
SlipDoctors™ Stone Grip
Stone Grip is the most effective product to improve traction on any stone tile. After 5 minutes your tiles will dramatically improve traction levels in both wet and dry conditions with virtually no appearance change. Stone Grip can be used indoors or outdoors. It will work on any sealed or unsealed tile from the manufacture. Treatment is guaranteed to last for years to come. Very safe and easy to use. Instructions are included with each order. Each gallon covers up to 400 sq ft. Also available in quarts or 4 gallon cases.