|No. of coats||2-3|
|Coverage||Up to 8m² per litre|
|Drying time||2h 30m|
Originally designed for use in busy commercial areas such as shopping centres and other public locations this easy to apply lacquer is equally suitable for use on stairs and in retirement homes and even areas wetted with water become more resistant to slipping.
This 2 pack, polyurethane varnish comes supplied with the required amount of hardener.
Formulated to meet the highest standards for slip resistance in commercial areas, staircases or other situations with an increased risk of spillage and slipping.
Floors that have been previously finished in a polyurethane varnish can usually be over-coated with this product but a test area for compatibilty is important. If polishes or waxes have been used on top of the existing polyurethane varnish then they need to be completely removed prior to finishing with anti slip. Floors that have an existing Bona varnish on them (like Mega or Traffic) can be overcoated with this product. If Bona Polish has been used for maintenance then Bona Polish Remover should be used before an application of the Bona Prep which helps the Bona Anti Slip adhere to your existing Bona Varnish.
If ok to be applied otherwise, simply just make sure the wood is clear of dust and dirt
Floor will take light foot traffic approximately 8 hours after the final application and may be put into full use after 12 hours. Allow the surface to dry for at least 3 days before using carpets or other floor coverings. Avoid placing heavy objects and avoid damp mopping the floor during this time. These timescales assume that normal climatic conditions are maintained (see Drying time).
Clean the floor with Bona Cleaner or Bona Wood Floor Cleaner and a microfibre pad. For public areas it may be necessary to introduce a machine based cleaning programme. Worn surfaces can be renewed by applying a new coat of Bona Traffic HD Anti-slip.
Having spent hours on my knees restoring thr old oak floor in our bathroom, I wanted a good non-slip finish. Having previously used Bona Traffic in our hall, I went for Bona Non-slip. It is easy to mix and apply, and the finish is superb. The only way it could be improved would be if it was supplied with a small measuring pot for the hardener; I eventually bought an Oxo kitchen one! But that is a niggle, the floor looks fabulous with a nice Matt finish. Bona isn't cheap, but it is well worth the expense and so much better than the standard off the shelf products.
Easy to use, accurate surface coverage, what is on the back label is what you will get, top quality.
Having sanded the area of floor mixing the product is very easy and applying it with a foam roller to the area prepared was very easy and it dries in 4hrs,we are going to apply a 2nd coat later and it is anti slip and I recommend this product .
It actually works. My oak staircase can be walked on in socks!
Even the Restaurant customers noticed what a difference to a floor. We listened to the Wood Finishes Direct customer adviser. I wanted the most advertised-on-TV product but it was suggested that Bona Prime Traffic Anti Slip would be better, especially if primed first. It's early days yet but it is definitely non-slip and looks as good as the day after it was applied. Thanks for a good lesson. Even the damaged table leg does not scratch it.
Simple to apply and does the trick on an internal wooden painted staircase