Ceramic tiles are one of the most used floor coverings in homes since their maintenance and cleaning do not require too much specific care and, in turn, they are usually cheap to install. However, it is important that you know some techniques to remove dirt from this type of floor to prevent its deterioration, so we explain in detail how to clean a ceramic floor.
Steps to follow:
Before cleaning your ceramic floor, you will need to separate all those elements that hinder cleaning in order to reach all corners and completely remove dirt. In this way, you will have to move the chairs, raise the rugs and remove other obstacles that may make this task difficult.
Then you should sweep or vacuum the ceramic floor to remove dust and other solid remains that may be such as crumbs, hair, etc. You should emphasize narrow places, behind furniture such as the sofa and in the corners or corners of the rooms since this is where this type of dirt usually accumulates.
Next, you can start scrubbing the ceramic floor and for this, you can choose between a specific commercial product for ceramic floors or resort to a powerful natural cleaner: white vinegar. In this way, you must mix the commercial cleaner -following the instructions on the package- or two cups of vinegar in a bucket or bucket of water and clean the entire ceramic surface with the mop, mop, or mop.
If the ceramic tile joints are very dirty or dirt has accumulated, you can use an old toothbrush to clean them more easily. For this area, you may find it helpful to mix dish soap with a little warm water, and we also suggest you check out our article on tricks for cleaning grouts.
If your ceramic floor has a stain, you can try to remove it by rubbing it with a soft brush. It will be essential that when cleaning any ceramic floor you use soft utensils and products with a neutral pH and never abrasive detergents or tools that can scratch this type of surface.