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I use the 3M white non-stick sold on a roll at West. I found an equivalent in brown on-line.
I use the black version.

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Our non skid is in the mold - never comes off
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Is the non skid tape hard on bare feet?
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Is the non skid tape hard on bare feet?
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Re: Non skid on companionway steps?

Non-skid versus bare feet or flesh: The better the non-skid, the more flesh it will take off.

The 3M tape (Treadmaster?) works nicely and any janitorial supply or hardware store should carry it, or a similar product. There's also fine grained sand sold as non-skid additive to basement and floor paint, if you'd rather paint or varnish. Any of these "sand" type non-skids should be fine on bare feet.
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