I have an 8 year old bathroom floor. It used to be just fine.
But for the last half year or so, it turned into a super-slippery floor. No matter how many times I clean it, with whatever cleaning agent.
What could have happened to it?
It is so slippery: you instantly lose your balance if you step in.
It is dry, and clean. I am beginning to think it is not a substance on top of it, but rather a lack of a substance?
Also note: if I examine the tiles carefully, I see repeated patterns, so it is not real stone, it is a fake print! (My builder was really cheap, and used low cost materials.)
Do tiles come from the factory treated with some anti-slip-coating that I have now lost, maybe?
What can I do?
Is it possible to coat it again with something that makes it less slippery?
UPDATE: I just noticed, it gets worse: the floor tiles are the exact same type as wall tiles. The builder just put wall tiles on the floor. Ugh.