Cleaning tiles can be tricky, as tile surfaces can often be difficult to clean without causing damage. The first step of any tile-cleaning process is to sweep or vacuum the area to remove any dirt, dust, or debris. Once the area is clean, it is then time to choose a cleaner. For general cleaning and stain removal, a mild detergent like dish soap should do the trick; for more tough stains, a stronger cleaner may be needed. While ammonia, bleach, and vinegar are popular choices for tile cleaners, it is important to only use these on non-porous tiles such as stone, ceramic, or porcelain. Once a cleaner has been chosen, it is important to apply the cleaner to the tile sparingly and to test it in a small corner before applying it to the whole surface. A sponge or soft cloth should be used to scrub the cleaner into the tile gently. After the cleaner has been applied, it is important to rinse the tiles with a clean, damp cloth and to dry them with a soft cloth or paper towel.
For regular maintenance, light mopping with warm water should be sufficient. If there is heavy staining, a grout cleaner or tile polisher may be needed. Finally, it is important to wax or seal the tile using a sealant specific to the type of tile you are cleaning. This will protect the tile and keep it looking fresh and new.
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A lot of people get their floors polished every 6 to 12 months according to the footfall they have. Even there is no fixed answer regarding charges because the polishing rate will vary by several factors, including the kind of flooring, how frequently it is used, and the care done by the homeowner. Check the table below for the basic and fixed pricing; however, we can provide customized prices based on your specific needs.