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post #1 of Old 07-20-2012, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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Question about how to make a bathtub non-slip

My girlfriend and I just moved in together less than a year ago and the bathtubs in the mater bath and guest bath are excessively slippery and could possibly pose danger to one of us or a guest. Is there a product of some sort that I can apply to the tubs to make them more non-slip? She has put down these ugly little fog stickers that drive me nuts every morning when they stare at me!!
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Haha that’s funny…frogs that stare at you while you’re showering! Are the bathtubs plastic/fiberglass or something else?
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The frogs freak me out! Lol. To answer your question, both are made with 4x4 ceramic tiles from floor to ceiling.
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That’s good for you because for the standard plastic/fiberglass units the frogs are probably your best bet, but for tile units you can purchase a non slip tile treatment that you basically sponge onto the tile and afterwards they become virtually non slip I did some google searching and found a brand called Johnny Grip, they seam to have some good reviews so this is the think I found http://www.slipperytile.com/make-bathtub-non-slip
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I appreciate the link Brad- that definitely looks like what I need!
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