Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape
Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape is very useful in more than just the shower; anti slip tape is also useful in other applications such as a gym shower room, locker rooms, pool areas or even in factory settings. Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape can even be used on treated lumber such as wood flooring; although it is highly recommend to have the wood sealed beforehand. Safety is a major priority when walking or standing on slippery surfaces, especially for the elderly.
Manufactured in 30 foot, 60 foot and various strips sizes, non slip tape can be applied to fit any situation. Normally, anti slip tape cleans easily because of the surface of the tape; the embossed surface of the tape allows for dirt to resist getting trapped so it can be easily mopped away. This makes caring for a surface with Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape an easier task.
Although Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape may be applied easily, there is typically a common installation process that helps ensure the tape is installed properly. Before the tape may be installed, the surface is typically washed with a 50/50 isopropyl alcohol/water solution to sanitize and clean the area thoroughly. Once this has been completed, the area may be mopped and allowed to dry. Afterwards, the area must be examined to determine whether or not adhesive assistance is required.
Areas that are porous or have a low surface energy should have an adhesive promoter applied to assist the anti slip tape layer in securing to the surface correctly. Other factors that play a role in the adhesion of the tape to the surface is the temperature of the room as well as the pressure of the anti slip tape to the surface.
With a sufficient amount of drying time, Anti Slip Shower Tape / Anti Slip Bath Tape should adhere to the surface correctly and be ready for use. Whether installing an anti slip tape in a bathroom or pool area, proper installation procedures should be followed so that the anti slip tape performs as it should.