Tile Safe Tile and Tub Treatment Solution microscopically treads the surface of ceramic tile, quarry tile, terrazzo, natural stone surfaces and porcelain or fiberglass tubs and shower enclosures to help prevent slippery conditions on wet surfaces.
Tile Safe Tile and Tub Treatment is a mop on - rinse off solution that microscopically treads the surface of ceramic tile, quarry, terrazzo, natural stone surfaces and fiberglass or porcelain tubs and shower enclosures to help prevent slippery conditions on wet floors and surfaces.
This one-time application "mop on-rinse off" chemical solution, leaves an invisible "tread like" pattern, or "footprint", on the surface being treated.
When properly applied and maintained, treated surfaces will have a slip coefficient exceeding ADA/OSHA slip-fall safety codes.
Tile Safe Tile and Tub Treatment is not used on vinyl, linoleum, wood, metal, coated or sealed surfaces. Care should be taken to protect carpets, molding and other flooring materials.
Coverage: 1 gallon will cover approximately 200 square feet, 10 bathtubs, or 2 to 3 rooms (tubs and tile) depending on surface being treated.
Use Tile Safe Cleaner-Degreaser as a slip-fall preventive maintenance program.
Use Tile Safe Cleaner or Shower Scrub to remove all soil, grease, oil, or shower scum. Mop or pour Tile Safe Tile and Tub Treatment on small area to test. Agitate wet surface with a mop or stiff brush. Let stand 2 - 5 minutes. With firm foot or hand pressure, test surface for slip-resistance. Resistance should be dramatic. Do not let solution dry on surface. Reapply if needed. Maximum slip-resistance is attained within 2 - 5 minutes depending on hard mineral surface material. Treat remaining area in sections that can be mopped, brushed, and thoroughly rinsed clean of solution in the same time frame as test area. Rinse treated area with clean water to remove all treatment solution.
Porcelain and fiberglass application: Porcelain and fiberglass surfaces require a little more time for Tile Safe Slip-Resistant Tile and Tub Treatment to treat. Optimum time to attain maximum slip-resistance has been determined to be between 4 and 8 minutes.