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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 98 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Safe and attractive stair treads help us in wet weather. After a bad fall on slick steps late one rainy night, and being frightened as well as injured, I started looking for something I'd seen before in a catalog to help with safety on our back steps. I found these beautiful stair treads and ordered two sets. We have been so pleased with the stair treads that we are ordering two more sets for the front steps. They make us feel safer as we go down the stairs, especially in wet weather. They are also very attractive and match the welcome mat. February 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by very nice look and feel the only negative is that some slip if not placed correctly....a little glue should fix. but the raised design is far superior to other stair treads...if I could, I'd rip off all of the other treads on my massive outdoor stairwell and replace with these....they are that much better for the foot. Really really good, I just ordered morel. February 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tread on me-it's ok :-} I purchased similar treads at Lowe's prior to finding your website on line. I purchased these on line and I like them even better. The scrollwork is pretty, they are functional and came at a great price. I am very pleased with this purchase. February 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great traction I've been looking for something that would help people see the first step in our brick walkway--for some reason, they don't. This has helped define that. I used the rest of the set on our deck's steps. They really help in the early morning icy conditions, when I take the dogs out. February 6, 2012
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How thick are these mats?

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They are sufficient in thickness at just a little over 1/4 inch thick. I feel these are a reasonable thickness, and are well made. I think if stair treads were too thick they could pose a tripping hazard when climbing the stairs, which is not the case with these.
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1/4" I'm very pleased with the quality.
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they are thin about 3/8" thick
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Only an 1/8 of an inch....
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I would say at least a 1/4 inch to 1/3 inch thick. They are quite substantial.
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Thank you for your question.
The thickness is 10mm or slightly over 3/8" (.39).
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Using on outdoor tile steps.....

Will the rubber scroll stair treads stay secure on outdoor tile steps?
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If the tiles have a smooth surface it is recommended that you use caution. The tread have are rubber backing with treading however any type of tread that is on a smooth surface unless adhered down may have a tendency to slip if water or debris gets trapped under the treads.
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Can these be used on inside stairs?

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These treads are made for outdoor use, the bottom of these treads do not have a latex backing.
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WHAT CAN BE USED TO SECURE THESE TREADS TO CONCRETE STEPS?
THEY TEND TO SLITHER AROUND ESPECIALLY AFTER A RAIN.
WE BOUGHT A SET WHEN WE HAD WOODEN STEPS AND THEY WERE EASY TO NAIL DOWN.
NOW WE HAVE NEW CONCRETE STEPS AND A PROBLEM.
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