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Old 04-25-2014, 03:09 PM   #1
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Non Slip material

Can anyone give me information as where to purchase the black color non slip material that is glued to the steps.
On a renovation project of a Safari 67, I would like to replace it, pieces are missing and is lifting up.
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Old 04-25-2014, 03:24 PM   #2
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I have seen it at several RV parts places. Probably Camping World has it also. Or you could Google it and see what comes up.
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You can make your own really cheap. All you need is wet/dry medium-grit sandpaper and glue. Glue the sandpaper down, abrasive face up, and voila!
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Or you could stop in your local skateboard shop. It's the same stuff that is put on top of some decks. Plenty of online sources as well.

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You can make your own really cheap. All you need is wet/dry medium-grit sandpaper and glue. Glue the sandpaper down, abrasive face up, and voila!
Be sure to get the cloth-backed, not the paper-backed variety.
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On ebay go to bestsupply. Good quality at a fair price. Sal
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Non slip material for steps.

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Old 04-25-2014, 06:55 PM   #8
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Home Depot has it in my neighborhood. It has rounded corners and a yellow stripe down the middle. Just trim it to size with sissors, peel off the backing paper and stick it down.
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