How can Ceramic tile maintenance and cleaning

How to ceramic tile maintenance and cleaning and remove stains from ceramic tiles and wall coverings, how they are cleaned, what care they have for their optimal state.

maintenance and cleaning

Maintenance floor and ceramic coating

To avoid stains and protect the ceramic tile, follow some simple cleaning tips. Avoid scratches: Keep the floor clean and avoid scratching in case of heavy traffic in specific areas; use carpets and mats to protect the ground.

Above all, avoid dropping sharp or heavy objects.

Save pieces for future replacements

Future, there may be a need to change some broken or damaged parts. You must save some as a reserve, at least a few pieces for future replacements. Since then, it has been challenging to get the same piece. These tiles should be stored in a protected place, without humidity or sun, and stored in an upright position. Check here, tile cutter.

How to clean Ceramic Tiles

Most tiles are easy to clean, with both dirt and stains. Regular cleaning can be done with a vacuum cleaner, mop, clean with vinegar, and mop rag, ensuring that cleaning liquid has neutral pH. Removing stains if they have just been produced and cleaned with the recommended product is also easy to prevent the stain from becoming permanent.

Never use acid-type solid liquids for industrial use; prefer cleaners of organic origin such as vinegar, to avoid wear and the elimination of shine and enamel.

Products to eliminate some types of stains in ceramics

Drops of wall painting: Clean with the solvent indicated paint.

Beverage spots such as wine, beer: Clean it with soap powder. Stains from other beverages such as juice, tea, coffee: remove with diluted detergent in hot water and then pass the hydrogen peroxide.

Bloodstains: Clean it with hydrogen peroxide.

Oil stains: remove with alcohol.

Remove Fats: stir with sodium bicarbonate dissolved in water.

Cement spots: remove with vinegar, muriatic acid dilute to 10% in water (1 part of acid to water 9).

Tire or rubber tracks: use an organic solvent, turpentine.

Other fats and oils: Clean it with soap powder diluted in hot water.

Oxide stains: remove with lye or muriatic acid, dilute it to 10% in water (1 part of acid to water 9).

Pen or bitumen ink stain: remove with Acetone.

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by William Jon
Hello, I'm William Jon. I'm a ceramic researcher, ceramic artist, writer, and professional blogger since 2010. I studied at the NYS college of ceramics at Alfred University in the USA about ceramic. I'm a professional ceramicist. Now I'm researching the ceramic products in Wilson Ceramic Laboratory (WCL) and reviewing them to assist online customers.

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