In 1986 Bon Jovi released the album Slippery When Wet. We have always wondered what they were trying to say with that album. Was it some kind of philosophical statement about the Iran Hostage Crisis or were they simply stating the obvious? Maybe? We may never know…
Speaking of slippery, have you ever been in locker room at a pool or recreation center? Not only is the floor extremely slick, it is constantly wet, increasing the risk of bacteria forming. Is there a way to rectify this problem, you ask? The answer: PEM locker room slip-resistant matting.
Recently, we installed some high traffic slip-resistant matting in the Campus Recreation Center locker rooms at Missouri State University. In an effort to create a safer and more comfortable environment, the university enlisted the help of our slip-resistant matting.
After a seamless installation, the university began to see results almost immediately. The neutral color blends in well with the surroundings, and the surface provides a safe path for students, faculty and guests. Plus – the antimicrobial formula guards against the growth of mildew, fungi and bacteria. In short, our high traffic slip-resistant matting will help keep the recreation center safe, healthy and comfortable.
While our slip-resistant matting might be new to the Missouri State Recreation Center, it can be found in a variety of locker rooms from coast to coast. Don’t believe us? Feel free to peruse our aquatic matting photo gallery at pemsurface.com.