How to Install Johnsonite Stair Treads

Jun 11th

Johnsonite stair treads – As the road from one level to another, stairs are high traffic zones. Since stairs are often used, over time, stairs or the upper stairs that are trampled are often worn out. If your steps show signs of wear, instead of replacing they altogether, top them up with false stairs. False staircases serve as a cover for existing staircases and provide a staircase with an updated look without having to remove and replace existing staircases.

Rubber Johnsonite Stair Treads
Rubber Johnsonite Stair Treads

Instructions

Grind the surface of the existing johnsonite stair treads with medium grit sandpaper. Sliding stairways will remove any finishes and offer a wider connection between the existing treads and the false stairs. Vacuum the staircase to remove dust and debris. Wipe the stairs with a damp cloth to further remove any excess dust and dirt.

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Apply a trunk on the back of a johnsonite stair treads. Apply the glue around the edges of the false tread and along the center in a wavy line. Place the false tread in place over the existing tread. Touch the top of the false tread to create a bond between tread and glue. Hammer finishing nails along the edges and back of the false treadmill staircase to push them into the existing worn staircase.

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