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Old 01-12-2011, 01:06 PM   #1
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hello,
what can i put on the outside front tile floor, it's very slippery when it wet or dried. the tiles are new

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Hello and welcome to the forum.

I moved your question to the flooring section. You'll get an answer here much faster.

Guys? Ideas?

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Hello,my entry floor have tile and very slippery what can i put on the tile.need your help.i already slipp.

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Perhaps a rubber-bottomed (so it doesn't slide around) throw rug would help?
That's a pretty cheap solution.

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Here you go: http://www.harrisind.com/ns.htm you have to use non slip tape
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