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Old 12-05-2012, 11:26 AM   #1
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Iím getting some ceramic tile put in around my pool area so itís going to be getting walked on while wet and barefoot majority of the time. Iím looking for some kind of ceramic tile non-slip treatment I can use so no one falls and sues me!

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Just install tile with the rough suface already made into it.

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I used a product called Johnny Grip a while back on a porcelain tub but I know the website says its good on ceramic too. Not sure about using it outdoors though.
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Thanks man, I'm checking it out now. I found the link. It says indoor/outdoor if you ever need to use it again.
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Iím getting some ceramic tile put in around my pool area so itís going to be getting walked on while wet and barefoot majority of the time. Iím looking for some kind of ceramic tile non-slip treatment I can use so no one falls and sues me!


This should be what your looking for.

http://www.ndclean.com/no-slip-floor...FRRbnAodQXsAPg
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Even with non slip stuff on it, doesn't it still scream safety hazard in your eyes? Why not something like stamped concrete? They do some pretty nice designs these days and can seal it with a gloss finish to mimic tile. I'd be afraid to slip and crack my head open with tile around a pool, even with non-slip stuff on it I'd be hesitant walking on it with wet feet.
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There are plenty of non-slip tiles on the market---good looking ones,too---If you haven't selected your tile yet---do some looking----

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