Different types of porcelain tiles require to be cleaned in many different ways. Here is list of tip that will help you to cleaning porcelain tiles of your home.
How to Clean Polished Porcelain Tiles:
- Sweep and vacuum debris and dust, then go over the area with a dry dust wipe up.
- Now use a hot water-dampened mop, never allowing moisture to wet patch or pool on the porcelain tile.
- Slacken off heavier soil with a soft nylon-bristle brush.
- For stains, use a vinegar-and-water combination.
- Mop with your chosen cleanser, mopping again with hot water before the cleanser become dry.
- Dry the tile surface with a clean towel or a microfiber cloth, being sure to erase any water spots.
- Once tile surface become dry, buff the tile to a high shine with a piece of cheesecloth.
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How to Clean Unpolished Porcelain Tiles:
- Vacuum and sweep the area carefully to take away dust and dirt.
- Taking one section at a time (two or four feet square), saturate the tile surface with a vinegar-and-water blend or a commercial cleaner.
- Allow the cleaner to soak into the tile for five to ten minutes, but do not allow it to dry.
- Scrub marked areas with a soft-bristle brush.
- Wipe away the dirty cleaning solution and rinse the area with clean, hot water.
- Dry the unpolished porcelain tile with a clean towel or a microfiber cloth.
How to Clean Textured Porcelain Tiles:
- Sweep the area twice with a soft-bristle broom, first in the direction of the tile, then on a diagonal.
- Vacuum to remove all dirt.
- Saturate the tile with a vinegar-and-water solution, allowing it to soak for five to ten minutes.
- Scrub the floor with a soft-bristle brush, again working in two directions.
- Rinse the floor with hot water in order to carefully take away the cleaning solution.
- Go over the floor with a clean, damp mop.
- Dry with a clean towel or a microfiber cloth.