Odd But Useful Places for Anti-Slip Coatings

Whether you own a home or a business, a swimming pool, or a warehouse, there are lots of locations where a good anti-slip coating can be applied. After all, no one likes trying to get off the floor after a serious fall. What you might not have considered, however, are all the odd but useful places an anti-slip mat, tape, or coating. From us at Safety Direct America, here are a few spots to add a non-slip surface to help keep you on your feet.

  1. Your boat

This one may seem like a no brainer. But some boats don’t have anti-slip surfaces where they should be, such as slippery steps, stern, and seats. Protect yourself and anyone who goes boating with you with some non-skid tape. From small rowboats to the largest yachts, anti-slip tape is useful on any watercraft.

  1. Your garage

Garages have the habit of gathering oil and water spills, don’t they? Guard from slippery floors with some of our anti-slip floor coatings, and ensure you remain firmly planted while you work on the car or your latest woodworking project. This is especially useful for entrances from your garage into your home, as well as professional garages and mechanic shops.

  1. Below kitchen and bathroom sinks

When water gets splashed on tile, linoleum, or hardwood, you’re at risk of a fall. Be safe while doing the dishes or putting on your makeup with our anti-slip products. Laying down anti-slip coatings and tape around kitchen and bathroom sinks at businesses or public buildings is also a good idea to protect your employees and customers.

  1. Under rugs

If you find your rugs slide around on the floor more than they should, try laying down a strip or two of anti-slip tape. They’ll stay in place, and you won’t have to worry about tripping yourself up.

Hopefully this short list gives you a few more ideas about the many ways you can protect yourself from painful falls with our great product line. Choose Safety Direct America for the best anti-slip coatings and tapes as well as professional slip resistance testing services. Contact us for more information