Looks like that would work. Not sure how often the treatment would need to be reapplied, though, and I would be sure to get more info on the process to reapply it (does it have to be stripped, and if so, what's involved?) before I used it.
The product has great reviews and is used across multiple industries so I don't see why not. I would sample an area first before full application. Using the stone grip for a pool area looks interesting.
Pine is relatively soft. Why not start with a hardwood?I can't imagine tile being stable on stairs. I prefer the full thickness of pine treads. I take extra treads, rip the bull nose off and biscuit them together to make landings, leaving one bull nose on the edge showing. Stain and latex poly seem to work pretty well, dry quickly and doesn't smell. One client had me apply a non slip clear coating on the treads. Seemed to work just fine.
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