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munchkinclif

10:06PM | 01/03/13
Member Since: 04/18/12
26 lifetime posts
Bvflooring
I just moved into a beautiful new home with a great view and backyard pool and jacuzzi. The pool deck is made of porcelain tile and would be absolutely great if it weren’t for one small problem. Obviously, because it is a pool deck the porcelain tiles are constantly wet. And when they get wet they become extremely slippery and dangerous. I’d like to find a non slip treatment that works on porcelain tile so if anyone can offer me words of wisdom it would be greatly appreciated.

cars365

10:16PM | 01/03/13
Member Since: 12/13/11
27 lifetime posts
Someone turned me onto this company called Johnny Grip about 6 months ago, which sells non-slip floor treatments. I've used their product in all my restaurants since then and have noticed a dramatic decrease in the number of slip-and-falls we've had. It would work well on helping to make your pool deck safer as well I believe.

Louis

munchkinclif

10:21PM | 01/03/13
Member Since: 04/18/12
26 lifetime posts
That sounds great Louis. Where can I purchase their stuff from?

cars365

10:26PM | 01/03/13
Member Since: 12/13/11
27 lifetime posts
I purchase directly from their website http://www.slipperytile.com but you might be able to pick it up from Home Depot or another similar store? I would call and ask.
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