08:18PM | 03/24/13
Member Since: 09/21/11
27 lifetime posts
I have a Mexican style walkway leading up to my front door from the driveway. The tiles are spaced apart and the grass grows in the gaps between the tiles. The only problem I’ve had with this is that every time it rains or the sprinklers come on small pools of water form on the tiles and cause them to become really slippery. Is there a way that I could fix this and make the tile non-slip?


08:28PM | 03/24/13
Member Since: 07/06/09
9 lifetime posts
It's been over two years now, but I used a tile treatment called Johnny Grip on my tiled kitchen floor. It had the exact same problem when it got wet. We ordered it off the company's website and it arrived in the mail a few days later. It only look my husband, Frank about 45 minutes or so to mop it on and the difference it has made is phenomenal. I highly suggest you try them out too! This is their site:


04:09PM | 03/27/13
Member Since: 09/21/11
27 lifetime posts
I really appreciate your feedback 63AmySue! I just got my package in the mail this morning and I’m going to apply the treatment this weekend. Fingers crossed, I hope this works!
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