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Your Guide to Fixing Slippery Wood Surfaces

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Your Guide to Fixing Slippery Wood Surfaces

Wooden floors are a popular option for many home and business owners because of its beautiful appearance and versatility to work well with almost all interior decor. However, wooden floors can be slippery and can cause occupants in the home or workplace to slip and injure themselves. Wooden floors may not be slippery once installed but can become slick due to regular use of cleaning products, wax build up or high-gloss finishes. If you’re a home or business owner, sleek wooden floors can become a major issue over time; Not only can it lead to loved ones or employees injuring themselves...

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The Importance of Slip Testing for Your Business

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The Importance of Slip Testing for Your Business

When you own or manage a business, your customers' safety is your biggest priority. This requires you to safeguard all areas of your business, including all surfaces. Many businesses overlook the importance of testing floor types for slip resistance and do not realize the safety risk involved. Thousands of slip accidents occur every year and often lead to serious injuries, large hospital bills and even court cases. To avoid this, a slip test is required to test the slipperiness of the surface. According to the test, a non-slip solution can then be obtained.  What exactly are slip tests?  Ensuring that...

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Third-Party Slip Testing our Non-Slip Spray

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Third-Party Slip Testing our Non-Slip Spray

SlipDoctors recently tested a specific type of ceramic tiles' slip resistance after it was treated with Anti-slip Spray for Fiberglass and Acrylic. This non-slip spray provides a hard, textured finish to help prevent slip-and-fall accidents. It can be used on both interior and exterior floors and is designed for areas where water is present or slippery conditions exist.  The ceramic tile was tested using the Pendulum Dynamic Coefficient Of Friction test. This test works through a calibrated “foot” swinging from a horizontal point of release, striking the surface for a known distance then reads the “pendulum test value” on its overswing....

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Your Guide to Safeguarding Your Slippery Bathroom

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Your Guide to Safeguarding Your Slippery Bathroom

After a long day there is nothing quite like taking a relaxing shower or a long, hot bath. Our bathrooms are often the spaces we use to relax and unwind. However, very few people realize the dangers their bathrooms pose. Most bathrooms have either tile or stone floors and ceramic, acrylic or fiberglass bath and shower surfaces. These types of materials are all extra prone to slipperiness and can lead to serious accidents at any time.   If you have not yet invested in any solutions to safeguard your slippery bathroom floor and surfaces or have found that it is not effective, browse...

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Solutions for Slippery Ramps in or Around Your Workplace

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Solutions for Slippery Ramps in or Around Your Workplace

As the owner or manager of a commercial or industrial business, you know that there are plenty of areas in and around the property that require extra attention to avoid accidents. Probably one of the most dangerous areas is a slippery ramp. Because of its sloped surface, ramps often cause major slips and falls.   Certain ramps may only be slippery after rainfall or accidental spills, while others may have a permanent sleek surface. However, no matter the situation, it poses a serious risk for anyone using it. Should someone slip and fall, it can lead to serious injuries, large hospital bills...

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