|Size||2-Inch by 180-Inch|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Specification met||Helps create a safer environment for walking, working, stepping and standing|
|Item model number||7647NA|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 13.21 x 45.72 cm|
3M Safety-Walk Gray Indoor/Outdoor Tread, 2-Inch by 180-Inch
|Price:||(S$0.81 / oz) + S$9.44 Delivery|
- The product is 2x180 GRY LD Safe Tread
- Elegant design and Finish
- The product is manufactured in China
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I couldn't find anything better, so I ordered another pack of the 3M treads and installed as below:
1. Cut the 3 M treads to appropriate length. 'Round off" the four corners of each tread, using a coin.
2. Using a pencil, outline on the steps where each tread will go.
3. Using the outlines of the tread as a guide, brush contact cement on the steps where the 3M treads will be placed, and allow the cement to "cure." (Contact cement in a brush applicator bottle is available through Amazon or any hardware store.)
4. Place the 3M treads on the steps and press down. I put 2 x4s on top to add some weight and pressure.
5. Stay off the treads for a few hours
This seems to have helped.
If I caught this in time, I would have asked for a refund, but missed the deadline. With all this said, I would stay away from this product ...you'd probably have better success with gluing sand/gravel to the steps for better footing.
Background: I just bought a house and had the carpet ripped out. I asked for a satin finish for the oak wood flooring. NOTE! Satin finish is super slippery so my kids slipped down the stairs. I did not want to put a carpet on the stair case nor carpet squares on the steps which requires strong adhesive.
This quick, easy, and very inexpensive solution did the trick and saved my family from any tragedies. This color is not very noticeable with wood steps. Remember to cut rounded corners so it will look professional and remember to take your time and measure measure measure.