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Question DetailsAsked on 10/5/2011

How to slip proof a bathroom tile floor?

Tile floor is slippery

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Tile requires grout lines to provide traction. An interesting pattern can be beautiful and provide the traction necessary to be safe.


Answered 8 years ago by HMDhome


Old question I know, but there are both sealers and waxes specifically designed for use on tile and stone and polished concrete flooring, to minimize slippage. Similar to the surface you find on linoleum, and what they use in malls and airports and fire stations and highrise building lobbies and such.

For a bathroom where the grout will need resealing from time to time,better off with the tile and stone sealers than waxes, which would prevent future sealer from sticking.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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