Specific Surface Types
Stone floors - granite, slate, marble, limestone, etc.
Ceramic, terracotta pavers
Tiles - glazed or unglazed, mosaic, quarry or terrazzo
Concrete - unpainted or unsealed
Driveways and garden paths
How to use Slip Grip to reduce the risk of slipping on wet, tiled, paved, stone or concrete floors.
Slip Grip is applied in three coats and then washed off. The effects are immediate and effective both indoors and outdoors. It can also be reapplied at any time to increase grip.
You Will Need
Cleaning products to clean the surface before and after Slip Grip
Brush or roller to apply Slip Grip
Slip Grip; at a ratio of 1L to cover 10m²
Towel or wet vacuum for drying the surface
1. Prepare the surface
Clean the slippery surface thoroughly and wipe until dry. Tape and cover any areas that should not be treated.
2. Test on a small section
Test on an inconspicuous section of slippery floor and ensure the results are acceptable in appearance and grip.
To test, slide a damp cloth/paper towel from untreated area to treated area. Surface should 'grip' cloth at treated area.
Follow the three-coat, wet-on-wet application process given below.
Proceed to next step if satisfied with test.
3. Application of Slip Grip
Using a sponge, brush or roller to apply Slip Grip evenly:
- Apply first coat. Wait five minutes.
- Apply second coat. Wait five minutes.
- Apply third coat. Wait five minutes.
- Wash off thoroughly with water.
- Never let Slip Grip dry out on the surface.
- Wet the surface with tap water prior to application.
- Mark the area into 5m² sections and complete one section at a time.
- Do not apply outdoors if adverse weather conditions are expected.
- Conduct a test on an inconspicuous area or spare tile prior to beginning the application.
The surface is now ready to use. Grip can be increased with further applications as above.
Wash equipment in cold water.