Mix 1ǚ cup of white vinegar with one gallon of warm water in a large bucket. If your tiles are especially grungy, increase the vinegar ratio to 1 cup for each gallon of water. Dip a mop into the vinegar solution, squeezing out the excess liquid. Start at one end of the room, pushing the mop across the floor until you have mopped the entire floor. For dirtier floors, dip the mop into the vinegar solution frequently. Immerse a clean rag into the solution to clean and polish ceramic tile countertops, backsplashes or other items.
Vinegar __ Combine 1 part water with 1 part white distilled vinegar in a 1_gallon bucket. Stir the solution to mix the vinegar into the water. Using undiluted vinegar can damage your tile's grout. Vinegar will disinfect the tile floors and deodorize them. Mop the floors with the diluted vinegar, and always wring out the excess liquid to prevent saturating the tile. Alternatively, you can pour the diluted vinegar into a spray bottle. Spray the floor in small sections and mop each area until you have cleaned the entire floor.
by Tangela D. Padilla on Jul 31, 2018 Ceramic Tile