Ceramic tiles can be a beautiful flooring option because of their elegance. They are also durable. However, you need to maintain ceramic tiles if you want them to last long. Here are some of the DIY (do it yourself) tips to keep your ceramic floor clean.

Clean the dirtCeramic tiles need to be cleaned at least once a week. Sweep or vacuum to get rid of the dirt and follow with a mop made of rags or chamois cloth. You can mop ceramic tiles with a mild and non-abrasive detergent mixed with warm water.

Use home-made cleanerCeramic tiles can also be cleaned with a home-made cleaner made of lemon juice and vinegar. Use a soft cloth or towel to rub the tiles.

Grout cleaning –To keep the grout of the ceramic tiles clean use commercial grout cleaners or mild bleach.  Then clean with a scrub or toothbrush to reach the crevices. For tough stains let a paste of baking soda with water sit overnight and clean with a soft brush the following morning.

Stain removal – For coffee and tea stains clean ceramic tiles with a mild detergent and blot it with hydrogen peroxide. Soda water can be helpful to remove grease stains. Ink stains can be removed by a cloth soaked in bleach, then rinse afterwards. Be careful not to rub.

That's how you can keep your ceramic floor as good as new. You don't really need a professional cleaning service for ceramic floor tiles. However, if you have a large space or if you feel the stains are tight and rigid, you can always call on a professional floor cleaning service.

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