We have tiles sitting under a covered external area. The area is is adjacent to the swimming pool. The tiles are extremely slippery when wet. Looking for ideas/options as to how we can make the tiles safer. The area is 6m x 4m
Thank you I am aware of these types of products. I was just hoping there might be something more pebbly mix type covering?? ie something with a bit more body.
Are you wanting to lay down something like an exposed aggregate or something that you can still see the tiles?
Don't care if I can't see the tiles. Just after a smart product that will go over the tiles make them non slip and looks attractive. I'm trying to avoid retiling.
Thanks Dreamer. the csw coating seems to have more "guts" to it than the Berger non slip.
first question, any fine line cracking in between grout or is it all the tiling/Concrete base pretty stable ? Paints and Sealers certainly can do the trick ? but there are other options depending on your budget and future plans.
If you are handy type of person, you might consider ripping up the tiles and re starting with a nice Concreting grinding and sealer, these days grinding / Honing is done in such a way its not that slippery anymore, or do a Spray pave that does give you that Gritty feel to it but can leave you with a more difficult surface to maintain to keep clean..i guess it depends on your circumstances.. just a few thoughts to leave you with.Good luck Andrew