6 Nov

Slip Resistant Surfaces

Over two-thirds of accidental injuries happen in the bathtub or shower. Bathtub and shower surfaces are already fairly slick but add water and some soap and they become downright dangerous. Having slip-resistant materials could help to reduce the number of injuries.

Slip-resistant mats or treads can come off pretty easily and be more of a nuisance than a help in the bath or shower. Instead of constantly reapplying stick-on slip-resistant mats, try something more permanent to prevent bathtub and shower falls.

Refinish First can install slip-resistant surfaces in bathtubs and shower pans to reduce the slickness of these surfaces. The surface they install chemically bonds to bathtub or shower floor, making it resistant to cracking or peeling.

Slip-resistant flooring can help everyone from slipping in the bathtub or shower and reduce the number of injuries in the bathroom. Ask Refinish First about installing a slip-resistant surface in the bathtub or shower.