Baking Soda __ Baking soda will remove tough tile and grout stains if the floors appear dirty or discolored. Combine an equal amount of baking soda with warm water to create a thick paste. Dip a soft_bristle toothbrush into the baking soda and scrub the grout and tiles. Allow the baking soda to sit for 10 minutes, then rinse the tiles with warm water. Repeat the process on the tile floor to remove any obvious stains.
How to Repair Scratches on Ceramic Tile: In high_traffic areas, such as your bathroom or kitchen, ceramic tile takes lots of abuse. Ceramic floors have it harder than the walls __ they're walked over and played on, so scratches show up fast. Dirt and debris gets into these scratches, making the tile look perpetually grimy even after you've cleaned it. If the scratches aren't too deep, buffing the tile with a gentle abrasive is usually enough to get rid of them.
by Helen K. Patel on Jul 31, 2018 Ceramic Tile