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outdoor recycled rubber stair treads Our new No. 633 Outdoor Rubber Stair Tread is an excellent stair tread
for exterior applications. This tread, made from 100% recycled tires, is
available in black color only in a diamond pattern with a 3” smooth back
border in square nose pattern only.
rubber stair treads
Furnish and install No. 633 Outdoor Recycled Rubber
Stair Treads; 1/4” thick 12” deep; 1-1/2” square nose;
made from 100% recycled tires. Select from standard
lengths of 36”, 42”, 48”, 54”, 60” or 72”.
Black color only.

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Model No. Standard Length Approx. Weight Per Tread Price Per Tread (ea.)
633-36 36" 4.0 lbs.
633-42 42" 4.7 lbs.
633-48 48" 5.3 lbs.
633-54 54" 6.0 lbs.
633-60 60" 6.7 lbs.
633-72 72" 8.0 lbs.

#775 Epoxy Adhesive - Environmentally Friendly
The only recommended adhesive for use with Disc-O-Tile. May be used with other rubber stair treads, tile and flooring.
Because of flame spread properties, other adhesives will not bond Disc-O-Tile to the floor. A two-part solvent-free
adhesive; contains 1 can Part A 1 can Part B, and a stirring paddle. Covers approximately 150 square feet per unit.
Model No. Size Std. Ctn Approx. Wt. (ea) Price (Unit)
775 1 unit 1 12 lbs. $161.90

How To Install Outdoor Rubber Stair Treads
The purchase of rubber stair treads warrants proper installation and maintenance procedures in order to assure
complete satisfaction. For unusual and special conditions, contact the factory for recommendations.
Where To Install
Install stair treads on any smooth dry step provided the shape of the step conforms to the underneath contour of the
stair tread; particularly at the section where the flat part of the tread joins the nosing. A tight fit between stair treads
and steps is essential.
We recommend the use of Epoxy Nose Caulk on all stair tread installations.
Where Not To Install
If the shape of the steps does not conform to the shape of the stair treads and cannot be altered to conform, we do not
recommend installation of treads unless special instructions are carefully followed.
Room Temperature
Materials, installation area, and adhesives should be no less than 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees C) 48 hours prior
to, during and after installation.
Repairing Worn and Uneven Edges
Repair worn, uneven, or misaligned edge of steps.
If an open space exists underneath the nosing of the thread when it is applied against the step you must fill
the space with Epoxy Nose Caulk. It is essential that there be no space between the step and the stair tread
when the installation is completed.
Preparation for Installation
Surfaces of steps must be level, clean, dry and free from oil, grease, rust, paint, varnish and old coverings,
adhesives and any other foreign substance. Wooden steps should be thoroughly nailed down.
Worn or dished-out steps, cracks, holes, depressions or any other irregularities on the step should be
repaired by filling or sealing and smoothing with an underlayment compound.
Fitting and Cutting
Treads are usually supplied over size, with untrimmed ends, to allow extra material to compensate for variations
in step dimensions.
Treads should be individually trimmed to fit each step, both in depth and from side to side. The rear edge should
be cut with a slight underbevel for a better fit. The stair treads can be marked with an awl and cut using a steel straight
edge and a linoleum knife.
The most important factor in proper stair tread installation is to see that no air space exists underneath the nosing part
of the treads. The tread must not flex or move as traffic walks across the steps. Epoxy Nose Caulk should be used as
described on the label.
It is important to use the correct adhesive. The recommended adhesive for the outdoor rubber stair treads is
No. 775 Epoxy Adhesive.
Installation of Rubber Stair Treads
After the steps have been prepared and the stair treads cut and fitted as described, begin installation by
spreading adhesive on the stair completely covering the surface and the nosing.
Always follow instructions on label of adhesive container.
Install Stair Treads
Set the stair tread into its proper position on the step, beginning at the nosing and pushing back firmly and as tightly
as possible, holding up the back surface of the tread. After nosing is completely in place, begin at the front and move
back on the surface of the tread towards the riser; the tread should be pushed down firmly onto the step.
After installation is completed, roll newly installed stair treads with a hand roller, making certain that the stair tread
nosing is fitted tightly against the step nosing. If any difficulty is experienced in holding the nosing to an understair, use
a few hardened steel headless brads to secure it while the adhesive is drying.
Final Precautions
Any adhesive or caulking compound on the surface of the stair treads should be wiped off before it dries, using a
cloth dampened in denatured alcohol. If adhesive has dried, remove carefully with #00 steel wool and denatured
alcohol. Rub lightly to avoid dulling and scratching stair treads.
It is important that traffic be kept off the newly installed stair treads, until the adhesive has set up sufficiently
to prevent movement and assure a firm bond.
Where construction work by other trades requires traffic over newly installed stair treads, protect treads with
heavy building paper or planking as needed.
Do not wash or apply any surface treatments for about one week after installation to allow sufficient time for
the stair treads to become tightly bonded to the steps.
Maintenance Tips

The following simple steps for correct care are recommended:
Daily sweeping with soft hair push broom, also before and between washings, will cut down the number of
washings and remove dirt and foreign matter.
During bad weather any accumulated rain or slush should be wiped promptly from stairs to prevent slipping.
Wipe up spillage before it has a chance to harden.
When cleaning is necessary, wipe with cloth or damp mop, using clean room-temperature water. Do not
flood stairs.
In stubborn cases, damp mop with room temperature water and solution of liquid detergent suitable for
rubber floor covering or a solution of ammonia and water. Immediately rinse stairs with clean room temperature
water, changing rinsing water frequently.

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