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SWISS GriP NonSlip Bath and Shower is the ultimate anti-slip solution for all wet areas: especially bathtubs and shower bases made of acrylic and enamel steel as well as tiled shower areas. The SWISS GriP NonSlip Kit covers up to 1.2m2.


  • Comfort – SWISS GriP creates a comfortable non-slip finish on every surface. Feel secure without the risk of slipping.  
  • Environmentally Friendly – SWISS GriP is a water-based, dual-component coating and does not damage the surface its applied on.
  • Aesthetics – SWISS GriP is a fully clear coating and therefore fully emphasizes the colour and structure of the underlying surface.
  • Easy to Clean – SWISS GriP is easy to clean with any standard tub or shower cleaner. In short: Anything that does not harm your hands is also suitable for SWISS GriP.
  • Certified in Australia – SWISS GriP is certified by CSIRO in accordance to the Australian Standard for Slip Resistance (AS 4586), Class B. 
  • Made in Switzerland – All our non-slip coatings are proudly made in Switzerland.
  • Easy to install – It takes about 15 to 20 minutes to install SWISS GriP anti-slip coating.
  • Adhsion – Excellent adhesion to acrylic, steel enamel, solid-surface, tiles, marble, and other surfaces.
  • 2 Year Warranty – A two-year warranty is extended on the adhesion of SWISS GriP. Follow the cleaning instructions and maintenance recommendations for many more years of slip-free showering.
  • Removable – SWISS GriP anti-slip coating does not alter or damage the surface of your shower tray or tub. The coating can easily be removed with SWISS GriP Remover.
  • Used by leading hotels - Hilton, Sheraton, Holiday Inn, and other luxerious hotels and resorts around the world.

SWISS GriP NonSlip Bath & Shower 1.2m2

  • SWISS GriP NonSlip Bathroom is a water based, two-component polyurethane coating. This makes SWISS GriP an environmentally friendly solution which does not damage the surface its applied on. 

    Porosity and structure of the surface can change practical coverage.