How to Clean Tiles Easy Ways
This winter was especially difficult for us, our business, and commercial flooring. So, today, consider the best way to clean tile floors. This winter, road attendants have been using more road salts than ever before. In many towns, we spent our winter food on Valentine's Day. And we all know that road rates can get in our cars, but we are unlikely to sacrifice expensive tiled flooring. The best way to clean tile floors is to hire a professional, just like riding a car wash to remove road salt residue.
How to Clean the Tile Floor
- Clean and clean the floor and remove large debris. Mix 1/2 cup vinegar with a gallon of water.The distilled water helps to leave no glow in the stripes.
- Pour 2-3 "Cleaning solution into the bucket.
- Clean the floor as normal and replace the cleaning solution when it is dirty.
- To remove stains, use the scouring force and water or a 50/50 mixture of baking soda and water to make the paste. Rub the dirt paste with a cloth or sponge and leave it for 10 minutes before removing all the paste.
- Clean the grout. In most cases, a 50/50 solution can be applied to dirty or moldy grout using a soft brush to get rid of stains. When finished, wash the grout with clean water.
- Because road salts may rust metal, it is not uncommon to have rust stains around pipes and fittings. To remove, place the rubber/latex gloves in both hands and rub the stain with kerosene to blur. In the end, rinse with hot water or cleaning solution.
- When finished, wipe the tiles with a dry towel and remove the leftover moisture and leave a big glow! Caution: When using a strict cleaning agent, do not use products that contain bleach and ammonia, especially in sealed areas. This makes toxic fumes and it could be fatal.