Stone Grip - Non-Slip Tile Treatment
Our best seller! Stone Grip Non-Slip Tile Treatment for Porcelain Tiles, Ceramic Tiles & Stone Floors. Stone Grip anti-slip tile and stone floor treatment will dramatically increase traction and improve safety on slippery floors even when wet. The slip resistance will surpass guidelines recommended by ADA/ANSI for floor safety.
Stone Grip is an easy to apply slip solution with a sprayer, microfiber T-mop or Stone Grip Applicator. Follow the instructions to clean and dry the floor, apply the anti-slip grip treatment and rinse it off. Stone Grip anti-slip coating creates microscopic treads to increase traction on tiles, concrete and stone floors in minutes.
Even when wet, your slippery floor’s slip resistance after the non-slip solution will surpass ANSI A137.1, A326.3 or B101.3 standards.
0.59 Wet DCOF - ANSI B101.3
0.63 Wet DCOF – ANSI A137.1 / A326.3
0.72 Wet SCOF - ANSI B101.1
Stone Grip is ideal for use on all porcelain, stone or ceramic surfaces and goes on clear – with no change in appearance.Installation Instructions (TDS) Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
HOW IT WORKS: Stone Grip anti-slip tile and stone floor application works with the minerals in the natural flooring surface to microscopically transform the surface by creating micro-treads that increase traction. After treatment of the anti-slip coating, these micro-treads create more “grip” on tile or concrete that helps prevent slips and falls…especially on wet surfaces…with little or no change the appearance. Perfect for indoor and outdoor use. Available in quart (treats up to 100 sq. ft) and gallon (treats up to 400 sq. ft).
SIMPLE & EFFECTIVE: Stone Grip's anti-slip coat is almost odorless and requires minimal surface prep prior to the treatment. Read and follow label instructions carefully. Clean and dry the slippery floor, perform a test on your tile to determine treatment time, apply Stone Grip's non-slip liquid using a microfiber T-mop or garden tank sprayer, neutralize with a mixture of baking soda & water, rinse and that’s it! No dry time…Stone Grip anti-slip grip makes your surface ready for immediate use! Typical treatment time is 5-15 minutes.
ON-GOING MAINTENANCE: The best way of preventing slips and retaining slip resistance after the Stone Grip application is a strong maintenance plan. Find out how SlipDoctors recommends cleaning the flooring once the Stone Grip non-slip treatment has been applied.
|Coverage per Sq Ft||75||400||1,600|
|Cost per Sq Ft (Appx.)||$0.60||$0.21||$0.20|
Q: What is Stone Grip
A: Stone Grip is a water based treatment that creates micro-treads in the floors surface.
Q: Is Stone Grip a Coating?
A: No. Stone Grip is a treatment that creates micro-treads on the surface of mineral based flooring and stone.
Q: How does Stone Grip work?
A: Stone Grip works by applying the treatment on a surface for an allocated amount of time and then neutralizing or washing the treatment off.
Q: How long should I treat my floor for?
A: All surfaces have their own personality; the application time is subjective. You should treat your floor for as long as it needs to increase the slip resistance while it is wet. Ideally when a rubber shoe stops sliding more than a couple of inches you should wash or neutralize the treatment. The testing phase is fundamental to understanding the amount of time the treatment needs to be on.
Q: Will Stone Grip Damage my Tiles?
A: Stone Grip will not damage your tiles as the micro-treads are microscopic and are not visible to the naked eye.
Q: How do I neutralize the treatment
A: When neutralizing the treatment you simply need to fill a bucket or small tank sprayer with clean tap water. Add one or two tablespoons of baking soda per gallon of water and mix well. Set aside to use when needed.
Q: How do I clean it after treatment
A: It can be cleaned with a mild soap and then the remaining fluids can be flushed down the drain or toilet.
Q: How do I maintain the surface?
A: At a minimum of once a week brush the surface with a mild soap and rinse. Commercial areas like restaurants are high traffic areas should be cleaned daily with a deck brush to agitate the surface
Q: Can I seal over this or will it work on a sealer
A: Stone Grip does not work effectively in conjunction with sealers
Q: What can I use on an already sealed tile?
A: Lightly sand the tiles and then use a coating tile like Deck Grip or Floor Grip
Q: Will it change the look of my floors?
A: No Stone Grip will not change the look of your tiles or natural stone surface. If you have dark tiles, please see below for more information on how to apply.
Q: My tiles are shiny what will Stone Grip do?
A: Depending on your testing, it is possible Stone Grip can reduce the sheen of the tiles.
Q: What can I use to maintain the shine or gloss of my tiles
A: The most ideal product to maintain the gloss or shine of your tiles would be Polish Grip or a gloss coating, such as Deck Grip or Floor Grip.
Q: My tiles are dark can I still use Stone Grip?
A: In the case of dark tiles like black, red or blue you need to decrease the application time given within the instructions. Remember to always run a test on an inconspicuous area.