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    how about honey. High friction, natural and at the end of the tenancy can just lick it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_bisgrove View Post
    how about honey. High friction, natural and at the end of the tenancy can just lick it off.
    What about the Bees

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    Quote Originally Posted by midlandslandlord View Post
    The operative word is "unobtrusive" - ie better looking than Grand Designs.

    My suggestion of velcro and a mitten, or rubber gloves stationed at top and bottom did not go down well.

    ML
    How about a bucket of water top and bottom to wet the hands; its the dry skin and shiny surface in combination that are the killer

    Of course you would need a towel available top and bottom to dry hands off after reaching level ground.
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    On a serious note have a builder take a look at it for the best option, always better to be safe than sorry. I had an elderly lady suffer terminal injuries from a fall in one of my properties due to a real oak staircase very dangerous when polished.

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