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How to make the kitchen tiles non-slippery.
We asked our builder to use kitchen tiles when we did our kitchen couple of years ago and they look great but they are slippery when they get wet even with a few drops of water. We would be grateful if we could get some suggestions to make them non-slippery, please.
Thanking you all in advance for your kind suggestions.
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Kitchen Fitter
You can use floor paint there is a tin that they use in commercial buildings - try that , is durable and should make the floor surface non slipery after dry of few coats .... !!
Answered 22nd Jun 2015
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