Safety Treads


Improve the safety of your bathtub with Magic Safety Treads. They adhere directly to the tub surface and provide a slip resistant surface for firmer footing in the tub.

Shower & Tub Safety Treads
Shower & Tub Safety Treads Shower & Tub Safety Treads Back Label Prevent bathtub falls Shower Safety Tread Benefits Instructions for shower safety treads

Magic Safety Treads help prevent slips and falls. These self-adhesive treads provide an easy solution for improved grip on bathtub and shower surfaces.

Additional Supplies Needed: Scouring powder or other bathroom cleaner as specified below, rubbing (isopropyl) alcohol, paper towel or clean rags.

Surface Preparation: Follow instructions carefully for proper adhesion. Treads should only be applied to surfaces that are flat, smooth, dry and above 50° F (10° C). 1. Clean surface where treads will be applied. For porcelain, cast-iron and steel surfaces, clean with warm water and scouring powder. For fiberglass, ABS and other plastic surfaces, clean according to manufacturer's instructions. IMPORTANT: Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to prepare tub. Treads will not adhere properly. 2. Thoroughly rinse surface. Wipe dry. 3. Wipe surface with rubbing alcohol to remove all residue and allow to air dry completely.


  1. Separate treads from each other leaving paper backing in place on individual treads.
  2. Arrange treads in desired pattern. For safest footing, space treads one to three inches apart.
  3. Remove backing from one tread at a time, taking care not to touch adhesive.
  4. Press treads firmly in place from middle outward. Run your fingers firmly over entire tread to ensure good adhesion with surface. 5. Allow adhesive to bond for 12 hours before using tub or shower.

Maintenance: Clean treads with non-abrasive, mild detergent. When using bath oil, pour oil into filled tub rather than directly onto treads. For removal of treads, use Goo Gone®.

What do they feel like?

They feel like textured plastic.

Can you clean the tub while the treads are attached?

Yes, but while cleaning the safety treads use a non-abrasive, mild detergent. When using bath oil, pour oil into filled tub rather than directly onto treads.

How long do these safety treads last?

If applied correctly these should last for years.

Can these be used on a tiled floor shower?

As long as the tiles are flat, smooth and dry the treads will adhere well.

Can these be used on a textured tub floor?

No, this product only works on flat, smooth surfaces.

Suministros Adicionales Necesarios: Polvo limpiador u otro limpiador para baño según se especifica abajo, alcohol isopropílico, toallas de papel o un trapo limpio.

Preparación de la Superficie: Siga las instrucciones cuidadosamente para lograr una correcta adhesión. Las cintas se deben aplicar solo en superficies lisas, secas y por encima de los 50° F (10° C). 1. Limpie la superficie donde aplicará las cintas. Limpiar las superficies de porcelana, hierro fundido o acero con agua caliente y polvo limpiador. Para las superficies de fibra de vidrio, ABS u otros plásticos, limpiar según las instrucciones del fabricante. IMPORTANTE: No use limpiadores líquidos o en aerosol para preparar la bañera porque las cintas no se adherirán correctamente. 2. Enjuague la superficie completamente. Secar. 3. Pase alcohol isopropílico para eliminar residuos y restos de suciedad y deje secar.


  1. Separe las cintas sin quitarles el papel protector en la parte posterior de cada cinta.
  2. Disponga las cintas siguiendo un patrón deseado. Para más firmeza y seguridad, deje entre una y tres pulgadas de distancia entre las cintas.
  3. Quite el papel protector de una cinta a la vez, con cuidado de no tocar el adhesivo.
  4. Presione las cintas firmemente, desde el centro hacia afuera. Deslice firmemente los dedos a lo largo de toda la cinta, para garantizar una buena adhesión a la superficie. 5. Deje pasar 12 horas antes de usar la bañera o ducha, para que el adhesivo se adhiera bien.

Mantenimiento: Limpie las cintas con un detergente suave y no abrasivo. Si utiliza aceites de baño, vierta el aceite en la bañera con agua y no directamente sobre las cintas. Para remover las cintas, use Goo Gone®.