Slipstop is a chemical compound which reacts with the aluminates and silicates present in any type of substrate, modifying its molecular structure and creating microscopic channels in the surface which increase the coefficient of friction. When someone walks over this microscopic indentation a vacuum is created which draws water and oils out of the surface of the shoes.
However, to the naked eye, the appearance of the surface does not change. Slipstop is not a coating, thus walking over it does not erode it, and it does not require frequent re-applications.
Use: for eliminating/reducing the slipperiness of tiles, marble, granite, terrazzo-type floors and porcelain surfaces in apartment buildings, shopping centres, factories, hospitals, hotels and restaurants, shops, stairs, schools, swimming pools, airports, on bathroom floors and in bathtubs and showers.
Dosage: 1 litre of product per 5/7 m2, spray on clean and dry surface.