Standard Operating Checklist (SOC) – Spot Treatment

Spot Treatment Beginning Year 2

Tools Needed

  • Enough Slip Safe Tile Treatment for targeted areas, One or two gallons for standard restaurant per year
  • 1 Quart covers 50 square feet, like in front of the front door area
  • Mop or spray on
  • 1 mop bucket
  • One mop
  • Clean water for floor rinse, change as often as needed


  1. Make sure floor is dry no pre-cleaning needed, first thing in the morning is best time to treat
  2. Pour a quart of product onto the targeted spot
  3. Use the Deck Brush or mop to agitate Slip Safe on the tile surface and into the Grout
  4. Wait 5 minutes and mop off the Slip Safe with clean water, change the water if it gets dirty
  5. You are Done!

Do this quarterly on your hot spots to help prevent slip and falls

  • Area Between Front Counter and Lobby Drink Station
  • Front entrance and any side exits
  • Bathrooms
  • Entrance to Play-Places
  • Behind Front Counter
  • Fry Stations
  • Drive Thru
  • End of Equipment line-up
  • Ice Machine
  • Sink area
  • Walk-in Entrance Inside and Outside

Standard Operating Checklist for Warehouse Applications

Tools needed

  • Standard mop and bucket filled with clean water
  • 2-gallon plastic sprayer (Garden type from Lowes or Home Depot)
  • Scrubber machine filled with water.

Enough Slip Safe Tile Treatment to treat Target Areas

It will take 1 person approximately 4 Hours to do a 625k sqft. warehouse.

Target Areas

  • Designated Pedestrian walkways
  • In and around Bull Pens
  • Transition areas, e.g.  Entrance from outside and when moving from tile to concrete
  • Loading Dock
  • High Humidity and Condensation Areas
  • Any corners where braking and handling are especially necessary


  1. Start with a dry floor, no need to pre-Clean
  2. Have a mop bucket with clean water available
  3. Fill the 2-gallon sprayer with Slip Safe
  4. Mark an area to treat that is 4 feet by 200 feet, our goal is to spray one gallon per 400 square feet
  5. Spray Slip Safe on that targeted surface using a fan spray
  6. Cover as uniformly as possible, it will spread out when sprayed, so use up the 2 gallons on the target area, may have to go back and forth a few times
  7. Using the scrubber machine, spray water, brush and vacuum up the treatment, water neutralizes the treatment and the surface is much more slip resistant immediately, one pass will do it
  8. Empty scrubber machine and run water through system when done

Bull Pen Area Bathrooms and all Pedestrian entrances

  1. Start with a Dry floor no need to pre-clean, Slip Safe will clean the floor too
  2. Use ½ gallon of Slip Safe per bull pen area, put in 1 gallon if you have two bull pen areas
  3. Cover the surface uniformly using the garden sprayer,
  4. Wait 5 minutes, then
  5. Using the mop and bucket with clean water, mop up the Slip Safe, if the water gets dirty, change the water

Re-apply as a spot treat when you notice loss of traction, should last several months easily.