Cleaning tile floors is easy - by design.
To make glazed tile, manufacturers fuse liquid glass to ceramic tile at high temperatures.
That makes a hard, nonporous surface.
There are many advantages to glazed tile: It doesn't stain, scratch, or burn easily; it's not slippery; and it's easy to clean.
Here's what you need to know about cleaning tile floors to keep them looking their best.
To clean a tile floor without marring the shiny surface, start with a cleaning routine designed to keep grime from building up and prevent the need for big-gun cleaners.
Regularly vacuum and damp-mop tile floors, and clean up spills as they happen.When deep cleaning tile floors, use a neutral-pH cleaner without surfactants (which can leave a residue on tile floors) such as Armstrong Once 'N Done Concentrated floor cleaner,for tough grease-cutting action.
If you make sure to clean tile floors without causing scratches, this flooring in your kitchen or bathroom can last you and the family decades and still look shiny and new.