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BV012341

11:33AM | 07/26/16
Or dusty, pollen, etc., etc. I had my fairly large wood deck replaced with Trex in May 2014. In September of 2014 I tried to file a claim due to slippery-ness. The only type claim they will accept is if the product is 'professionally installed', which mine wasn't. However, being slippery has nothing to do with installation!
I live in Oregon...yes, we can get quite a bit of rain. I guess I should have taken a glue from the TV ads as all of them showed Trex being used in dry situations.
This product is dangerously slippery. In the fall, I have to make a walkway with rug runners with the rubber backing in order to walk on it. Plus I have a wheelchair ramp made of the product and have to put rugs on it year round. My dogs slip all the time.
In short it is an awful, dangerous product!
DOES ANYONE KNOW OF AN ANTI-SIP PRODUCT THAT CAN BE PAINTED ON TREX (AND WORKS!)?
Family Sliding in Oregon


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