How to clean Porcelain Tiles

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How to clean Porcelain Tiles

Postby AmyCleaning » Thu Oct 27, 2011 2:38 pm

Cleaning Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain tiles can be easily clean with a damp sponge mop. Use a solution of 1/4 cup of white vinegar to 2 gallons of water, allowing time for drying.

How to clean porcelain tiles:

1. Porcelain tile is popular in bathrooms and kitchens. It is relatively moisture resistant and easily cleaned. Because the tile itself or the grout between the tiles is rough, dirt and grime can collect on tiles, making it important to clean them regularly. There are a few things you can do to clean the porcelain tile in your home

2. Sweep or brush the tile. Use a broom when possible (vacuum cleaners may scratch the tile) and concentrate on the grout lines, where dirt tends to linger.

3. Damp mop the porcelain tile after sweeping the dirt away (or use a sponge if your tile is on the wall). You can use a commercial tile cleaner, but a simple solution of one cup white distilled vinegar in one gallon of hot water and a teaspoon of dish soap works just as well. Spots may require a little more scrubbing, especially on the grout lines.

4. Rinse your porcelain tile to remove film or residue (some cleaners may leave them) with a clean mop head or clean cloth.

5. Seal your grout if you have not done so. Grout sealant can be purchased in a spray can which makes it easy to apply. Grout sealant will protect your grout from water damage and from stains

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Re: How to clean Porcelain Tiles

Postby LaurenZ » Tue May 08, 2012 11:35 am

This is a very nice post.... I really used this to clean my floor tiles.... It's working well...... Thanks
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