Whether you’ve just had brand new tile flooring placed in your home or you simply want to make your old tile flooring look brand new again, most homeowners have given thought to contacting a professional tile cleaning service. Because there are many professional tile cleaning services in South Florida, how do you know which one to choose? Undoubtedly you are in search of an affordable service that will clean your floors beautifully. One example of a great tile cleaning service would be Two Brothers Affordable Inc. However, what if you have decided against hiring a professional? What should you do if you want to clean your floors yourself? In the following paragraphs, you will receive some helpful and effective tips from the pros, without the cost of hiring them.
The Basics

One way to successfully achieve beautiful floors is to simply remember the basics of keeping any type of hard flooring clean. Be sure to sweep as often as possible to pick up any dirt, food particles, and other debris that can cause your floor to looks less than its best. Be sure to mop it as well. Although you may want to pull your best floor cleaner out of the cupboard, there is a better way of mopping your floor. Using plain old water is key to keeping your tile looking like it did the very first time you saw it. Since your tile is probably located in a high-traffic room, like the kitchen, adding a cup of vinegar to your mop water will help attack tough stains as well as leave the room smelling fresh and clean.

Keep Grout Clean

One very important tip to having the beautiful, magazine-worthy tile floors that you’ve been dreaming of is to keep the grout in between the tiles clean. Here’s why: grout is a very porous material and will absorb grease, liquids, and all the other nasty stuff falls onto it. One of the best ways to keep your grout squeaky clean is, instead of purchasing a store-bought cleaner; make a baking soda paste (which is just baking soda and water). Rub it into any gross, stained spots that you notice on your grout and leave it there for about twenty-four hours. The next day, scrub it off with a nylon brush (a dish scrubber will do perfectly) and voila; cleaner grout. This method can be repeated as necessary. To avoid any further stains, you can coat your grout with some sort of silicone-based sealer.

Residue Problems

Have you scrubbed and scrubbed and your tile still isn’t clean? Your floor may have soap residue on top of it. It is simple to remove this film; get out your favorite nonabrasive, all-purpose cleaner and add it to your mop water. This will leave your floors spic and span. If you are interested in learning more about Carpet Cleaning in Fort Lauderdale ,upholstery cleaning and maintenance and Oriental Rug Cleaning in Fort lauderdale, you are invited to call Two Brothers Affordable at 954-263-3479954-263-3479 or visit them online at www.twobrothersaffordable.com.


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