Safety Solution

Slip Free Systems NO SLIP Formula  is a miracle cure for slippery floor surfaces like ceramic tile, quarry tile and other stone or tile.

$79.00 per gallon for our original formula.
$59.00 per gallon for our maintenance formula.
$260 for a case of 4 gallons of our original formula.

“Every time one of our employees turns that corner in the kitchen their feet fly out from under them and it’s just a matter of time before someone says the word “lawsuit”.

Sound familiar?

The average slip and fall claim is $7,000.
The average cost to defend against a slip and fall lawsuit is $50,000.
Slips and falls account for over 1 million emergency room visits each year.
Falls are a leading cause of traumatic brain injuries.

Scary huh?
Approximately 30% of all workers’ compensation claims result from a slip or fall. Costs associated with slips and falls in the workplace is a growing problem, which results in millions of dollars in paid claims, increased insurance costs, and lawsuits.

Be pro-active and avoid slip and fall accidents by treating your existing tile or concrete floor with our Safety Solution.
With just one gallon of Slip Free Systems Safety Solution Formula you can treat 200-300 square feet of slippery floor surface for just $79.00 per gallon including tax. Slip Free Systems Safety Solution was created specifically by an industry renowned chemist to treat slippery floor surfaces such as ceramic tile, quarry tile, travertine tile, Mexican tile and other tile surfaces without changing their appearance. Once applied your tile floor will become slip resistant, even when wet. While our NO SLIP Solution is a harsh chemical and must be used with caution it can be easily applied with great results by you or your maintenance professional just by following our simple step by step instructions.

Our Safety Solution also treats slippery concrete, marble, granite and other hard or stone floor surfaces.

One gallon treats 250-300 square feet.   Shipping charges apply to out of town orders.

Note: Our Safety Solution will leave what appears to be a cloudy film over your floor when treated. This will fade over time. Usually this altered appearance lasts only a few days but can last up to a few months. This is typical and to be expected. If this is a detail that matters more to you than having a slippery floor, this may not be the solution for you.