Discussion in 'Stone Tiling Forum' started by Simons70, Apr 19, 2017.
Discuss Prevent slippery polished marble floor in the Stone Tiling Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk.
The customer want to do something on this step.What is the best solution?
I'd say step over it
I think to do something like that,but maybe some Anti-slip protection is better?Someone use this before?
Or... The cheaper option
Not necessarily that brand but I used some in a clients house because the steps have been badly installed and are hollow so I didn't want to risk grinding.
Thanks,I have to ask if want this.
I, in my shower, I think, was a nanotech product, about 2 years ago, friction has decreased, but it still works.
Genesis RezTred - http://www.tilersforums.co.uk/resources/genesis-reztred.31/
Willing to bet @Pro Tiler Tools could get it to order for you
Funny enough we are just looking at adding RezTred to our website now.
I will find out some more info and let you know if anyone is interested drop me a PM and i will get some prices to you right away.
Hi Sam,please let me know if you have in stock.
We currently dont hold any stock of this but may look to introduce it in the near future.
We however can still offer this range on a Next Day delivery (Genesis stock depending) but i have just checked and they have most items in stock.
Lithofin do an anti-slip treatment which etches the surface slightly.
Hi imp, ours and most liquid anti slip products are generally oxalic acid based ( best for ceramics and unpolished porc or granites low calcium carb content) and will give an uneven burn to the face of the stone , for an even finish,I would have this honed back with powders or pads or as above with a discreet strip
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