Cleaning and Caring for Tile Floors

If you have recently had tile floors installed into your Dallas TX home, or you are considering tile flooring, you probably are interested in learning how to care for them correctly. Caring for tile floors is fairly easy, as long as you know what you are doing. If you want to be sure when choosing tile floors in Dallas TX look good for many years to come, you will learn how to keep them up with proper care.

Two Main Things to Remember

When you choose tile floors in Dallas TX, there are two things that you will need to remember. First of all, you will want to remember to keep up on regular maintenance and secondly, to clean up spills as soon as they happen. By making sure to do maintenance cleaning with a mild cleanser, you will be able to avoid using harsh cleansers in the future that can damage your floor over time. If you leave spills for too long, depending on what has spilled, you could certainly have a similar problem. Water may not cause a big issue, but other things, like soda in the kitchen or nail polish commercial in the bathroom could really cause damage if it is allowed to sit.

Proper Cleaning

You will want to use a cleanser that is made for tiles for your maintenance cleaning and make sure after cleaning to dry the tiles and grout. You can also make your own cleaning solution by using a mixture of water and vinegar. Vinegar can also help to keep the grout clean. However, one important note you should remember is that you need to make sure that you are not using vinegar on certain types of tile. For instance, diluted vinegar is usually great to use on stone and grout, but when it comes to marble, you will permanently damage it over time if you use vinegar. This is why it is so important that you research before you clean your tile.

If you have not yet had your tile installed, or even if you have had your tile installed recently, make sure that you ask the contractor what they suggest for cleaning. Since tile is made of many different materials, what may work with one kind of tile, will not work with another. For more information about these services click here. You can also visit them on Facebook.

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