Unplug the steam cleaner from the wall outlet. Remove the microfiber cloth from your steam cleaner. Allow your ceramic tile to dry. Since you are using steam instead of water, drying times are much shorter than mopping or cleaning with soap and water. Do not get your hands or bare feet near the head of the steam cleaner while it is operating to avoid burns. Floors can be slippery immediately after cleaning.
Tips: Wipe the ceramic tile in your shower with lemon oil twice a month to keep pesky water stains and mildew at bay. Protect your ceramic floors by placing throw rugs in high_dirt areas, such as by doors, in hallways and in front of kitchen work areas. Place felt pads under any hardwood or metal furniture that comes into contact with your ceramic floor.
by Shirley C. Howard on Aug 01, 2018 Ceramic Tile