Tips for Keeping Your Tiles Clean
You’ve finally renovated your home and created the room you’ve always wanted. You may have purchased some new floor tiles or some stunning wall tiles that look great, but how do you future proof your home and make sure they stay that way?
As you would expect, your new tiles will inevitably get dirty (it’s just a part of life!) but with the right precautions, and the right products, you can ensure your tiles stay in excellent condition and last for years to come. So, if you have dirt on your tiles or in your grout, keep reading.
Why Should You Keep Them Clean?
It may seem obvious, but here are the main reasons that you will want to keep your tiles clean. Firstly, it will help maintain your product for years and ensure it looks as good as when you first purchased it. Secondly, if your tiles are damp and dirty, there is potential for mould to grow, which you’ll obviously want to avoid from happening. Finally, ultimately, this is going to help you protect your investment and save you replacement costs in the future.
Getting Ready for The Job
If you’re going to regularly clean and maintain your tiles, you want to ensure that you have the right products and tools for the job. We would suggest using a cleaning pad that has been designed to clean tiles and a cleaning solution (which we’ll cover in a moment!). Once you have everything, give your tiles a quick sweep and then you’re ready to apply the cleaning product.
Using the Lithofin Range
As you would expect, our recommendations for cleaning tiles is to skip over the home remedies and use specialist products that you know will get the job done properly and won’t damage your tiles. We would suggest using a product from the Lithofin range because they provide specialist cleaning and maintenance solutions for porcelain, ceramic, and natural stone tiles.
Once you have decided on the product that you wish to use, follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and apply it to your tiles. By following this process weekly or bi-weekly, you can ensure that they continue to look as good as new.Learn More About Lithofin
We hope you found these suggestions useful and are able to use them to maintain your tiles. If you have any more questions, give us a call or ask for help at one of our showrooms where our team will be happy to help. Don’t forget to share your homes with us on Instagram by tagging @tilestoneuk!RETURN TO INSPIRATION