GGCL Guide: How to clean polished porcelain floor tiles

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GGCL Guide: How to clean polished porcelain floor tiles

The biggest advantage of using the porcelain floor tiles is that, they are the easiest to clean. To maintain the clean, ever shining look, you can just sweep or vacuum the tiles. The polished porcelain floor tiles get the dirtiest in the least amount of time. There are several methods of cleaning the polished porcelain floor tiles that involve the use of common household items.


For the polished porcelain floor tiles, begin with sweeping and vacuuming the dirt and debris from the floor. Use a clean piece of cloth damped in warm water to mop up the floor tiles. Make sure you don’t allow the moisture to puddle or pool over the tiles. Stuck dry soil pieces can be removed by using nylon bristle brush and stubborn stains can be removed by using the vinegar water mixture. Rinse again with warm water and dry the surface with clean dry towel.


The polished porcelain floor tiles can also be easily cleaned with sodium borate or borax. Sodium Borate or Borax has been being widely used in the daily household chores for a while now. The Borax is used to remove the stains that appear on the floor tiles. Mix the Borax with lemon juice and stir the mixture until it becomes a smooth paste. Spread the paste on the stain and let it sit for a while to absorb the stain. Rub it off with a sponge or soft cloth to remove the stain as well as the paste.


The common salt that we use in our day to day life is another great cleaning agent that could be used to clean the dirty polished porcelain floor tiles. Sprinkle the salt on the fresh grease and stains that have appeared on the tiles. Let the salt sit and soak up the grease and oil before you wipe it off with a damp cloth or sponge. If the grease or oil stains have dried up, make a mixture of the common salt and alcohol with a ratio of 1:4 respectively. Vigorously rub this solution on the grease or oil stain with a soft cloth of sponge until the stain comes off.