Occasionally, kitchen floors are going to come in contact with liquid spills. For this reason, it’s extremely important to evaluate the slipperiness of your tile flooring choice, from finished wood to tile, porcelain, ceramic, laminate, linoleum, vinyl, and more. The durability and water resistance of porcelain and ceramic tiles make them common choices for heavy traffic areas like the kitchen. Slate and granite tiles are also common choices for the kitchen due to their durability. Many kitchen floor surfaces are polished or glazed, which makes slipping an even greater risk. You can make your kitchen safer and treat your kitchen floors to make them less slippery with an anti slip treatment from Slip Fixers. Contact us for a free kitchen floor treatment evaluation.