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Old 04-03-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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Are terrazzo tiles slippery in bathroom?

I'm thinking about installing terrazzo tiles in my master bath remodel (I really like the look). Question - will these be too slippery if/when water splashes on the floor? The bath currently has super slippery floor tile (suspect wall tiles were installed on floor) and we've had some near wipeouts (and yes, we use bath rugs) and don't want to repeat this situation post-remodel. Can I use one of those chemical applications that add grit to the surface of the terrazzo tile?

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