FAQ - Anti-Slip Tape

How do I apply anti-slip tape?

Make sure that the surface that you are adhering the tape to, like stairs, is clean and free of moisture. A stronger solvent may be required, depending on the surface. Once the area is clean, measure off how much tape you will need and cut accordingly. Peel off the backing and adhere to the surface. You may find it helpful to use a straight edge to apply additional pressure to ensure the tape is attached firmly.


What surfaces is anti-slip tape safe for?

This tape is safe for most common outdoor and indoor surfaces, including concrete, stainless steel, metal, wood, tile and laminate flooring. The versatility makes it the ideal choice for not only steps and doorways, but ladder rungs, steps tools and more.


What does 80 grit mean?

The lower the number, the rougher the sandpaper’s surface will be, and refers to the number of sharp points per square inch. 80 grit is substantially gritty enough to provide traction on otherwise slippery surfaces, but not rough enough to damage anything that it comes into brief contact with.


Is this tape safe for indoor use?

Our Anti-Slip Tape is suitable for use both indoors and outside.