Wednesday, September 23, 2009

How to Clean Porcelain Floor Tiles

Porcelain tiles are definitely one of the most favored choices of flooring for kitchens and bathrooms. The strong point of porcelain tiles is durability and easiness to clean. In fact, one can clean these floors in a better fashion that any other types of floors. The reason is, these tiles are moisture and staining resistant. If you maintain cleanliness on a regular basis by doing just mopping and sweeping, then you are guaranteed to have shiny floors for a long duration. But if in case, you are missing out on regular cleaning because of hectic schedule then we will tell you how to clean porcelain tiles.

While you begin the process it would be prudent to gather some materials required for cleaning tiles. Hot water, vinegar, broom, dish soap, mop or sponge and soft damp cloth are primary housekeeping requirements. Start by sweeping the floor tiles. Instead of a vacuum cleaner, use broom because cleaner might cause some scratch on the tiles. Focus on grout lines because of dirt factor. Once you are done with sweeping, use a sponge or damp mop and sweep away the dirt. Vinegar will come into use for scrubbing purpose. Mix distilled vinegar with dish soap in hot water and you have a very effective water solution. Lastly, use clean water and damp cloth and remove all the residue and here you get; completely clean porcelain tiles.

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