How to Shine Ceramic Tiles: Restore the shine of your ceramic tiles first by vacuuming up all the dirt, grime, and dust. In a bucket, add one gallon of warm water and mix in one tablespoon of rubbing alcohol. Dunk your mop in the solution, and squeeze it out until your mop is damp. Mop up your floors adding a little pressure to wipe away grime and better restore the shine. Dump your water/alcohol solution and refill the bucket with clean, warm water. Rinse your floors using the clean water and your damp mop. To avoid blotchiness or any water marks, dry the floor with a towel.
Vinegar, Borax and Ammonia __ When you have tough soap scum or dirt buildup on tile floors, you can return the shine by combining common household items to create a powerful cleaner. Reader's Digest suggests combining 1ǘ cup of white vinegar with 1ǘ cup of ammonia and 1ǚ cup of borax. Add 1 gallon of warm water to the ingredients and stir slightly to combine them well. Mop the tile floor with the cleaning solution, then rinse the floor well. Allow the floor to air_dry completely.
by Helen K. Patel on Aug 01, 2018 Ceramic Tile