Johnny Grip User Reviews

5
5 out of 5
Friday, June 25, 2010
Ralph
(FL)
used Johnny Grip on
Pool Deck
other
I had a 300 sq. ft. lanai tiled with porcelain tile. After "crashing" on it a couple of times from being wet (pool) I decided to check online for a solution that wouldn't ruin or cover up the tile finish. I followed the instructions and ended up letting the Johhny Grip set for 30 minutes, althewhile keeping it wet with a sponge floor mop. After rinsing it off with water and running a towel over it and letting it dry, I tried it out. Outstanding results. The slipperies are gone and I'm totally amazed. Worth every bit of the cost of the bottle. The 1 gal jug said it would cover up to 400 sq ft and my lanai was 300 sq ft. I only ended up using 2/3rds of the bottle.
Would you recommend Johnny Grip to others?: YES
4.5
4.5 out of 5
Friday, June 25, 2010
Paul
(CA)
used Johnny Grip on Tub or Shower
It works! I searched several local tile stores and the only ones that offered a "slip solution", wanted at least, a couple hundred bucks (per shower) to make them non-slip. I thought I would try Johnny grip 1st, I'm totally satisfied. VERY easy to apply and works well.
Would you recommend Johnny Grip to others?: YES
5
5 out of 5
Friday, June 25, 2010
THERESE
(FL)
used Johnny Grip on
Bathroom Floor
Tub or Shower
Pool Deck
THE PRODUCT WORKED GREAT. IT MADE A SLIPPERY SURFACE ,WHEN WET, AND MADE IT NON SLIPPERY AFTER THE APPLICATION OF JOHNNY GRIP. . IT. I DID LEAVE IT ON FOR ABOUT 20 - 25 MIN THOUGH. EXCELLENT STUFF.
Would you recommend Johnny Grip to others?: YES
0.5
0.5 out of 5
Friday, June 25, 2010
Tom
(NJ)
used Johnny Grip on Bathroom Floor
Unfortunately this product did not work for us. We applied the first time, following all instructions, and let it "work" on tile for 15 minutes. The test site did not show much improvement at 10 minutes so I thought would leave it on a bit longer when applied to main area. After having no results with "slipperiness" of the pool cabana tile (ceramic) that it was applied to, I reapplied a few weeks later this time allowing the product to "work" for 30 minutes on the tile. Once again, unfortunately, the tile remains very slippery. I am very disappointed as we have very poor other options for this frequently wet surface.
Would you recommend Johnny Grip to others?: NO
4.5
4.5 out of 5
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Ron
(CA)
used Johnny Grip on Tub or Shower
My experience was less than successful I'm afraid; Though I'm sure it was merely due to my lack of information. I treated my old claw foot porcelain tub, following the instructions to the letter. What I didn't figure on was that since the tub has been refinished twice, technically, the finish is no longer porcelain. It actually did work to a slight extent but nothing near what I was hoping for. I think your product is an awesome concept and I have no doubt that it does work in the ways that you state. I wish you all the luck in the world with it. I will recommend it to my friends.
Would you recommend Johnny Grip to others?: YES