Avoiding Bathroom Slippage

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  1. Jan 20, 2007
    Farrahcat

    Farrahcat New Member

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    What do you put on your bathroom floor to avoid slippage? Our bathroom doesn't have the right flooring so I have to put non-slip mats. I think I have to install non-skid tiles next month. Tiles are so expensive.
     
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    dumbledork

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    I use mats too, even though we have tile. I like the mats because it is so cold to step onto tile.
     
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    milly

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    Mats are the only inexpensive solution. they work very well and you can get them in various colors and shapes and sizes.
    Anti-skid tiles are a better solution - but require a lot of expense !!
     
  4. Jan 21, 2007
    Farrahcat

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    Yeah, mats are the only solution for me now. Good thing I haven't slip yet. I mean ever. I got paranoid about the bathroom slipping thing because I read an article about it. Haha. :p So, I have to save for those anti-skid tiles next. I just have to finish renovating my room first.
     
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    GinaginaGina

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    Mats works very well for me also.
     
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    Only rugs with silicone suction cups helped me.
     

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