Thread Nanny Premium Anti-Slip Mats 5-piece set of pre-cut 6” x 24” black rubber stair treads non-slip tape. Made from a thick PVC base layer with 80 grit aluminum oxide compound that is soft and safe for baby’s hands, bare feet, and your beloved pet dogs. More durable and lasts longer than other types made of Silica (Sand).
Say goodbye to dangerous slip-and-fall accidents by installing ThreadNanny anti-slip stair treads. These 6 x 24-inch anti-skid strips increase safety and protection by providing extra traction needed for slippery surfaces like floors, staircase steps, ramps, equipment, boats, decks, and so much more. Features a thick, waterproof, and very strong commercial grade acrylic glue for long-lasting grip and performance. Works on all surfaces such as wood, hardwood, concrete, metal, marble, tile, vinyl, laminate, etc. It can also be used as shoe grips on ladders, skateboards, scooters, and more. The precut peel and stick design allow each stair tread to be installed without having to measure and cut. Installation is so easy and effortless.
Simply position the strip, peel off the Safety Walk sticker backing to expose the adhesive side, and then apply it steady starting at one end of the step to the other. The best non-slip stair treads indoor and outdoor use today. Works excellent and made to last even if it rains, snows, and other extreme weather conditions. Place these anti-slip guard protectors where water or other environmental factors might make surfaces slippery to prevent accidents.
My Opinion: I think these are perfect for anyone to use as they will prevent falls and in some states, the winter can have icy steps so you can place them there before the snow falls outside or inside stairs to not fall down them if they are slippery. Senior citizens could use these too as they are prone to falling due to age, weak legs, and not balanced like when they were younger.
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