RE: Slippery floor...

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From:"Holland, Wayne" <>
To:"'Tom T. McNemar'" <>, "Histonet (E-mail)" <>

We have the Histology Lab floor stripped once a month, with no floor wax
The reason for no floor wax, we apply enough on our own.
This works great for us and have not had a problem for years.
It seems as when housekeeping would apply wax after stripping, then we did
our thing, over about a week the floor would become very slippery.
Hope this helps. Good Luck. 

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Tom T. McNemar []
> Sent:	Wednesday, March 22, 2000 8:25 AM
> To:	Histonet (E-mail)
> Subject:	Slippery floor...
> Does anybody know of a type of non-skid, non-slip flooring suitable for a
> histo lab?  The paraffin makes our floor treacherous!  We have dealt with
> this problem by using thin rubber mats taped to the floor.  This makes for
> a
> pretty ugly floor and when the tape wears they come up anyway.  I am
> hoping
> to find some type of tile that can replace the existing but it needs to be
> easily maintained.  Anybody know of anything?
> Tom Mc Nemar
> Pathology Supervisor
> Licking Memorial Hospital
> Newark, Ohio

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