Cleaning Instructions For Porcelain Tiles
Porcelain tiles are made of sand fired at high temperatures. There are instructions to cleaning porcelain tiles. Here are some of them. Textured porcelain tiles holds dirt more stubbornly than smooth tile. Tiny bits of dust and debris tend to get lodged in the crevices, making your floors and surfaces look dull. To best clean textured porcelain tiles, sweep the tile in at least two different directions, and then apply your vinegar solution and allow it to saturate the surface for five minutes or longer. Once the solution has had time to penetrate, begin scrubbing with a soft-bristled brush, using the two-direction method. Afterward, rinse with clean water and allow it to dry. Because it’s been properly sealed, glazed porcelain tile is among the easiest types to clean. Sweep first, and then mop as usual using your gentle cleaning solution. Rinse clean with warm water. Use a soft microfiber cloth or a piece of cheesecloth to dry and polish glazed porcelain tile.
Cleaning your unglazed porcelain tiles is easier than you might think. Apply your vinegar solution, and allow it to sink in for several minutes. Then scrub with a soft brush. Rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Remove tough stains and haze from grout lines by using a solution of baking soda, water and vinegar. Add just enough water to baking soda to make a thick paste, and apply it to your grout with a toothbrush. Spritz on a 50-50 solution of vinegar and warm water and allow it to foam. Afterward, scrub with a soft brush and rinse as usual.