Stone Grip used to fix slippery tiled floors at Wendy's
When it comes to commercial properties, ensuring that slippery floors are safeguarded is a key priority. If guests should slip or fall on sleek floors, the owner of the business can face expensive and serious lawsuits.
Recently, A franchise of Tim Hortons and Wendy’s had an issue with slippery tiled floors. He urgently had to fix this problem and was looking for the ideal solution to add the needed traction to the floors.
Tiles are often used at commercial properties because of its aesthetic benefits. However, tiles are known to be extremely slippery and often lead to dangerous falls. Luckily, SlipDoctors have a range of durable products to treat most types of flooring without changing its appearance. They were advised to try Stone Grip, specifically designed for tile and stone floors, from SlipDoctors' range.
Stone Grip as a solution to slippery tiles
Stone Grip is SlipDoctors' bestselling product. This anti-slip treatment is used to increase traction and improve safety on slippery tile and stone floors even when wet. Stone Grip is easy to apply with a sprayer, microfiber T-mop or Stone Grip Applicator and creates microscopic treads to increase traction on tiles, concrete and stone floors in minutes. This effective product also does not change the appearance of floors.
Shortly after the floors at Wendy's were treated, the client reported back that he was highly satisfied with the results. The client also mentioned that he would be using SlipDoctors' products for other locations.
" We are very happy with the results after our floor was treated with StoneGrip and we will be using it for other locations as well. Our slippery floor problem has been corrected! "
This was a good news for our Team at SlipDoctors, we will be in periodically over the next two-year warranty time frame and make sure the COF is where it needs to be.
They are waiting on corporate to get the go ahead for the next location that have identical tiles.
Here are a few pictures of the finished project.