Vinyl stair treads are linings that are usually stuck to the top of the ladder. Installation of vinyl ladder rungs provides better grip that will minimize slips and falls. The rungs will also help prolong the life of the ladder. They can be used in residential or commercial places.
Measure the width and depth of each staircase. Each staircase could be a different measure, so measure carefully. Pay attention to whether the ladder has a nose or not, because if there is a nose, measure must be added so that the tread is correctly. Select the step ladder. Align the treads on the stairs so that they are centered and make a mark on the edges so that the tread can be easily aligned after the adhesive has been applied. Remove the steps and apply the stair tread adhesive. The adhesive must stick to the rubber or plastic, as well as wood or metal. Open the step ladder backwards. Allow the adhesive to dry at least 24 hours or the recommended drying time for the adhesive used, before using the ladder.
Tips and warnings, measure before buying ladder rungs so you can buy the right size. If there is a stair nose, the same procedure can be used (with adhesive); there will only be more tread required to cover the ladder correctly. Be careful when working with the adhesive, because plastic adhesives are difficult to remove from surfaces.