Applying anti-slip product to 9 x 18 floor tiles in shower?

onelady1dog2girlsMarch 1, 2012

Hello, everyone. Our tiling contractor told us he applied a product on shower floor tiles in a rec center to prevent slips/falls. I am thinking about buying a linear drain and just running 9x18 tiles in a herringbone into the shower floor. Does anyone have any experience with this and would you recommend? It would also save having to cut down tiles or use a more expensive mosaic....

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Applying it can only help...and it does work. Long-term results, I can't speak to. You might have to re-apply it every year or two (no big deal).

    Bookmark   March 4, 2012 at 12:53PM
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