How to remove dirt, mildew and limescale using simple solutions and actions?
Ceramic tiles are popular as a design element in many modern homes of today differ in sizes, styles, colors, prices and are popular for their ease of cleaning.
Whether you use them for floors or walls, interior or exterior tiles can be easily maintained if you follow some basic procedures for their preservation.
Tiles present in the market we distinguish two forms: glazed and unglazed. Unglazed tiles typically require more maintenance and cleaning because they are not coated with the outer shell.
Wiping the tiles every day only with water and drying them with a sponge or cloth to avoid a rooted and complex dirt, mildew and limescale that builds up on surfaces.
When cleaning the tiles never use harsh abrasives such as powder to clean all the fluid can damage the tiles. Unless the label says it is safe for cleaning surfaces of ceramic tile.
For a strong dirt where a mild detergent solution, do not clean chloride bleach and water to fully remove dirt and ensure rooted to the area where it is vented. A hand is needed to put on rubber gloves.