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Non-Skid Rubberized Floor Coating
Non-Skid Rubberized Floor Coating
 
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• Helps pets keep traction
• Matte finish
• Light traffic only
• Clear
• Superior grip
• Easy to remove
• Spray can covers up to 20 Sq. Ft.


Non-Skid Rubberized Floor Coating gives pets extreme traction on surfaces including tile, vinyl, linoleum, laminate, and wood. It is a temporary, delicate coating designed for low traffic areas. Walking on the surface in socks rather than shoes will extend the life of the surface and help keep it clean. This Non-Skid Rubberized Floor Coating is designed to be applied as thin as possible, so that it can easily be removed and re-applied. Only a thin single coat is necessary to provide extreme traction.

There are other products that last much longer and are much more durable. But if you want your pet to have the most traction possible, this product will provide the ideal solution. Because this is not a “green” product, pets should be put away until the product is cured.
How To Use
  • Shake can for 2 minutes after ball begins to rattle. Shake for 10 seconds after each minute of use. Spray 6-8” away from surface in sweeping motion. Only a thin single layer of product should be necessary. The more product that is applied, the more effort will be required to remove it if required. The thinner the better!
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    SURFACE PREPARATION:
    VINYL - HARDWOOD - COMPOSITE:
    The surface must be cleaned and scrubbed well using rubbing alcohol. The surface must be free of all oils, grease, dirt, and wax for proper adhesion.

    CERAMIC OR PORCELAIN TILE:
    The surface must be cleaned and scrubbed well, using rubbing alcohol. The surface must be free of all oils, grease, dirt, and wax in order to properly adhere. Tile is designed to be as least porous as possible and to resist everything it can. As a result, coatings such as Non-Skid Rubberized Floor Coating may not adhere without first being “etched” using our etching treatment to open up pores on the tile.

    As a general rule of thumb, tiles that have a high gloss finish usually need to be etched. If your tile has a “matte finish” or has a texture to it, then you should be okay. We recommend you perform a test area on a single tile to confirm adhesion before coating the whole floor. If the coating scrapes off easily, then you may want to use our etching treatment before application.

    PREVIOUSLY FINISHED FLOOR:
    If the floor had a finish previously applied, we highly recommend that you strip the previous finish. If you choose to apply over an existing finish, you must first perform a test area to ensure compatibility and adhesion.

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