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I don't think it's hard to clean up ceramics, its easier compared to pvc tiles. You can use lemon and some warm soapy water to clean up your tiles and they will come out sparkling clean. Lemon does well on greasy counter tops and floors. You can try that and see the results it should work for you because that is what i use in my house and it works very well. After using the soapy water make sure you wipe it over with clean water to remove any residue.

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You will need water, liquid detergent, soap, brush and vegetable oil. Spread a mixture of water and liquid soap and detergent on the ceramic floor and let it work for a few minutes. With a mop, run all over the surface, especially in the stained areas until the stains come out. If you find yourself face-to-face with more complicated stains, use a broom to rub more intensely into these areas and then wash the entire area.
Do not forget to help yourself with a toothbrush to clean the corners, junges and tiles of your walls and ceramic floor.

As we already know, after any type of work is done, remains remains and residues of mortar, as well as other materials of more difficult removal. Be it the excess of mortar between the joints of the floor or just excesses that have not been removed when laying the floor.
After the total dry dopiso, apply a solution of own cleaning for ceramics that should be of dilution and make a test first in a corner of the floor. If the result is what you intended, then apply this solution by rubbing with a brush or broom and let it act for five to ten minutes, rinsing with plenty of water then.

ENAMELED AND UNSAMMED CERAMICS More resistant to the action of chemical agents and humidity, the enamels have a layer of enamel that waterproof the piece.

To find out if the ceramic is enamelled, just check the acronym GL on the packaging. The non-enamels have no enamel application and are represented by the abbreviation UGL

Another tip is to be aware of the wear resistance of ceramic floors. The PEI acronym classifies the abrasion resistance, ie how much the floor resists frictional wear. The higher the PEI, the higher the resistance of the ceramic, indicating that it will last longer the natural action of abrasive dirt (sand, earth , street dust etc) and high traffic of people.

HOW TO CLEAN: Sweep or vaccum, Wipe thoroughly wet cloth Wipe the floor to dry (this prevents stains)

Note: To avoid possible scratches use a broom or mop.


A nice bucket of water with detergent (1 tablespoon for every 5 liters of water) cleans very well.

Detergent degreases the floor Leaves no residue, the floor does not get sticky Maintains the gloss of the floor, be it satin or shiny

NEVER USE: Abrasive products, sodas, acids and chlorine based products

Never use these products to clean ceramics

These products corrode the enamel leaving the clay exposed.

As they are abrasive, they cause cracks, they peel the floor.

Over time, yellow spots appear, accumulation of dirt or loss of brightness.

Some people who wash the floor with bleach will increase the dose every time it fades. This only worsens the abrasion.
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