Thompson's Anti-Slip for Block Paving and Patio

Thompson’s anti-slip additive provides patio and block paving protection

  • 14 Sep 2016

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Thompson’s Patio and Block Paving Anti Slip provides anti-slip protection to patios, driveways and paved steps. 

The anti-slip formula has been developed to offer guaranteed protection against slippery surfaces when used in conjunction with Thompson’s Patio and Block Paving Seal.

Developed in response to end user feedback, which identified that consumers were requesting that steps and pathways had anti-slip protection when wet or dry, the anti-slip additives utilise tiny polypropylene beads to deliver invisible protection which won’t stain or alter the colour of the surface it is applied to.

The latest addition to the Thompson hardworking range is extremely hard wearing and offers long term protection, ensuring that areas it is applied to will remain anti-slip over time.

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