Your Maintenance Guide
Tile Daily Care
Basic Tile Care
Tile is one of the most durable and low-maintenance flooring options on the market. Thus, caring for your tile floors is relatively easy. By investing in a quality broom and putting it to work regularly, you can actively work to remove dirt, dust, and other debris that can prove harmful to your tile flooring and grouting. Said debris, if left to its own devices, can scratch and scrape your tile, causing a grungy and weathered look. You may also want to wet mop your tile floors, but be wary of leaving standing water. With any flooring, the less water left to saturate, the better.
You may also want to encourage guests to remove their shoes before walking on your tile floors. Entry mats could also prove beneficial. Tile floors are durable, but by taking these small steps, you can actively prolong the lifespan of your tile floors.
Dealing With Tile Spills & Stains
As previously mentioned, tile floors are incredibly durable. This durability extends to spills, messes, and other accidents that might occur on your tile floors. Should a liquid accident transpire, the key is to address it promptly to avoid damage to your tile or the subflooring beneath it. The best way to do this is by wiping up the mess with a cloth. It's really that simple!
With sticky substances or something other than a liquid mess, consult your manufacturer on best practices.
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