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Old 07-13-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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Need Recommendation for Step Treads

I am looking for the best non-skid step treads for the outdoor steps. I am currently looking at these: Safe-T-Tread Step Cover - 22" x 7-3/4" Stromberg Carlson Enclosed Trailer Parts TS-100

I have two large dogs and my clumsy self to protect from slipping I have already crashed once badly and want something not slippery. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
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Old 07-13-2011, 02:03 PM   #2
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cheap step treads

Hey cirquegirl, I bought two cheap, plastic door mats, the kind that look a little like astro turf, wrapped them around my steps, punched holes in the ends and attatched them with plastic zip ties. They work great, keep out a lot of dirt, are non slip, look good, and the price was right.
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I use these RV SureStep - your first step towards RV safety along with the RV Sure Step lights from the same company and love them. They have excellent customer service also.
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In the bath and shower isle at your local home improvement/hardware store/department

Shower treads. Non-slip thingies for the shower, come in strips, and shapes (Often daisy)
Slip-X Solutions 14.5" Non-Slip Safety Shower Treads - White

Is a sample of what I"m talking about.
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If you do not already have it, I recommend some kind of hand rail both inside and outside to aid in stability. I built hand rails on both sides of inside of front door on my MH out of wooden clothes rods. Much safer......ronspradley
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Tommy, those RV Sure Steps look perfect - better than what I was looking at because they are bigger and will fit the stop size perfectly - thanks!

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