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15 Pieces AmazonBasics Stair Tread Mats, 23.5 x 65 cm, Beige - £12.10 (Prime) / £16.59 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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15 Pieces AmazonBasics Stair Tread Mats, 23.5 x 65 cm, Beige - £12.10 (Prime) / £16.59 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Good Reviews 4.6 out of 5.0
  • 3464413.jpgSet of 15 stair-tread mats; offers an anti-slip surface for added safety on the stairs
  • Provides a more comfortable, silent step and helps protect stair surfaces
  • Made with a 100% polypropylene surface (300gsm), an acton backing (700gsm), a PVC bar, and glue stickers for secure placement
  • Durable and provides a nice look; neutral Beige colour
  • Measures 65cm wide by 10cm to 24cm deep (deepest at the centre) with an additional 3.5cm of depth for the drop-down edge
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Fifteen trip hazards, now only £12.10!
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Fifteen trip hazards, now only £12.10!
HorseBoxGuy15/05/2020 17:18

Fifteen trip hazards, now only £12.10!


They're not a hazard at all. We have the black ones on our stairs now and they're stuck solid
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 15th May
HorseBoxGuy15/05/2020 17:18

Fifteen trip hazards, now only £12.10!


Reviews tell the story... Great product
you_gotta_be_kidding15/05/2020 18:45

They're not a hazard at all. We have the black ones on our stairs now and …They're not a hazard at all. We have the black ones on our stairs now and they're stuck solid


Yes seems like a good product
apur3215/05/2020 18:56

Reviews tell the story... Great product


Like this one?:

“Totally useless sticky tape at back. Whole set came off, dangerous. Had to buy spray. Cost me £18”
Because of your comment, I went and read the reviews--only the 1,2,3* ones,

There's absolutely no way of telling if these people stuck them on properly.
Regardless of the glue try getting fifteen pieces of carpet edged, it will be a whole lot more than £20!
40763989-xlGRp.jpgToo many fake reviews.
With all thIs interest the price has gone up.
Showed my other half these.

"Pantyliners for the stairs"...

philedsch15/05/2020 20:20

[Image] Too many fake reviews.


So are Amazon putting fake reviews on their own products? Always thought it was mainly companies paying for fake reviews or creating fake reviews on products they sell on Amazon and not Amazon themselves.
if you stairs are wooden then you could use a staple gun to secure these - or even wood screws for that matter but they might stand out a bit so wouldnt look as nice
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