Frequently Asked Questions

email marketing FAQBelow are some of the most frequently asked questions about treatments by No Slip Zone.  If your particular question or concern is not addressed here, please go to our “Contact Us” page.


What types of surfaces can the No Slip Zone treat?

Our proven treatments are safely applied to mineral surfaces such as:

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Will the treatment change the surface appearance?

The process is not a coating nor is it abrasive. It works on a microscopic level. There is No Visible Change in Appearance! No Slip Zone can be safely applied and reapplied without jeopardizing the structural composition of the material on which it is applied.

Will the surface treated be easy to clean and maintain?

There is no special maintenance required. To maintain your No Slip surface simply keep your floors free from grease, oil and soap build up. Please see our Products page for our high quality, low residue Neutral Clean for most floor surfaces and DereaseALL™ for commercial kitchens where grease is a constant challenge.

Is there a warranty?


In commercial applications the standard warranty is for two years from the date of application as long as the surface is maintained with approved cleaning agents. We offer a structured maintenance program that can extend the warranty up to 5 years. These treatments will meet or exceed ADA and OSHA requirements.

In residential applications the warranty is 5 years on floors and lifetime on tubs and showers.

Will the application disrupt my business or my home?

Our goal is to work quickly and efficiently with as little inconvenience to you as possible. There is no set up, curing, or drying time required.  The surfaces treated can be used immediately after treatment.

Can I apply the product myself?

Even though this product is non-hazardous, it is not sold at a retail level. Since there are so many different types of treatable surfaces the product mixing ratios and processing times vary greatly.  The formula ratio for porcelain is different than for quarry, and the formula for marble is vastly different than for granite, etc. An experienced technician will be able to determine the correct mixing ratios and processing times for the treatment.