Clean ceramic tile floors regularly by sweeping and mopping them occasionally to remove built-up dirt. Clean the dirty grout between tiles with a paste made of water and baking soda. More »

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Natural cleaning agents that can be used to clean ceramic tile floors include washing soda, vinegar and a hydrogen peroxide solution. Make a vinegar solution that acts as a natural antibacterial agent by diluting 1/2 cup... More »

Ceramic floor tile can become stained over time from constant exposure to dirt, food and debris, so muriatic, acetic or sulfamic acid is often recommended to remove difficult stains. The practice of using an acid wash to... More »

The best cleaners for tile floors are mild detergents diluted with water, nonabrasive all-purpose cleaners and lemon juice. It is important to rinse tile floors thoroughly to avoid leaving soapy residue, which causes til... More »

The best way to clean tile floors is to sweep the floors regularly to remove fresh dirt and debris, then to mop the tiles whenever the floors are too dirty to sweep clean. Cleaning the grout between tiles is also needed,... More »

Cleaning tips for linoleum floors include sweeping daily to remove dust and dirt that can mar the finish and mopping regularly using cold water and the cleaner the manufacturer recommends. Mopping with a damp mop prevent... More »

Ceramic tile can be mopped with vinegar and buffed to achieve a just polished shine. Avoid using waxes or polishing compounds that can dull the surface or even remove the factory applied glaze. More »