Floor. Wednesday , February 08th , 2017 - 08:41:39 AM
Maintaining Your Ceramic Tile Flooring. Ceramic tiles are quite easy to maintain. They require very little effort to clean - but a mop and warm water must be used on them regularly to keep them looking fresh and bright. Now and then, a mild detergent solution can be used on your tiled flooring - and a little bit of scrubbing will help remove the odd stain. Your furniture legs should have felt pads on them to avoid scratching the tiles. If tiles are damaged, replace the entire tile with a new one that looks identical to your old tile, using the same process you used to install the tile.
Maintaining tiled floors demands considerable effort and time from cleaning professionals and homemakers. Although tiles are extremely durable and withstand rough use for years, the absence of proper maintenance can easily make tile floors dull and stained. The grout in between the tiles is very absorbent in nature. Exposure to moisture and traffic can easily lead to the accumulation of dirt and grime. The dirt cannot be completely eliminated with scrubbing or washing techniques. Users must be equipped with the best hard tile floor cleaners.
Once you have identified this all-encompassing ’wish list’ you will almost certainly find yourself over budget. If money is no object - no problem, but if that Lotto jackpot has so far eluded you there are things you can do to bring that budget back in line. The most obvious and often least expensive way of doubling your floor space is to make use of the basement. A properly designed and finished basement is the perfect place to have a spare guest bedroom, home theater, hobby or play rooms, additional bathroom(s), laundry facilities or a home office.
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