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Guests love the slip-resistant surface of the bathtubs. They are attractive and most importantly, safe! Sep 10, 2015
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Tile SurfacesA tile is a artificial piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, glass or metal. The two main categories of tiles are glazed and unglazed. A tile becomes glazed by painting or spraying a liquid glass onto the body of the tile and then firing at very high temperatures. The tile is then baked further until the glaze becomes hard fusing the glaze with the tile and creating a glass like coating. Glazed tiles are usually the more popular choice in wall and floor tiles today compared to unglazed tiles. Due to their low absorption rate, glazed tiles are commonly used in bathrooms and for outdoor flooring. These glazes have the ability to give the tile a decorative color or texture and create flooring that is more durable. This Glazing gives the tiles increased protection against scratches, stains and fading due to the sunlight. Tiles with glazed finishes can become very slippery especially when wet. These smooth finished tiles have less traction that creates an increased risk of slips and falls.
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.