3 Eco-Friendly Ways to Clean Tiles

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Regularly cleaning and maintaining the tiles in your home should not be a frustrating process. There are many methods and supplies you can use to properly sanitize these items, and some methods are more safe and eco-friendly than others. If you want to go green and still sanitize and polish the tiles in your home, here are three options for you to consider.

1. A Baking Soda Paste

Creating a paste of baking soda is a simple, inexpensive, and efficient way to clean spots and build-up on your tiles. You can use baking soda and water to create this paste, or if you have a lot of built-up scum, you can use vinegar.  Just be mindful you do not use vinegar on stone. For those really difficult spots, let the paste sit for some time and then scrub it off.

2. Use Mild Soap

Using a mild soap is an excellent way to clean stone tiles in your bathroom, kitchen, and entryway. By simply adding a small amount of soap to warm water, you can clean most tile and grout areas with ease. However, keep in mind that when cleaning stone tiles, you make sure to rinse the soap off well. Also, avoid vinegar and other harsh eco-friendly cleaning supplies. The acid can be damaging to various types of stone.


3. Hire Professionals

In many cases, no amount of scrubbing and cleaning is going to truly clean and restore the tiles and the grout in your home. You need to call in the professionals who use eco-friendly supplies to get the job done well. Some companies will use low-pressure steam to clean the tiles and grout without destroying or damaging the tiles. If you want to use professional tile and grout cleaners in the Denver area, ask about their processes and supplies before hiring them.

When you work with The Grout Specialists to clean your tile, you receive clean, sanitized, and pristine tile and grout using eco-friendly cleaners. Call us today at (720)517-8041 to schedule your appointment and don’t hesitate to reach out to us online for any questions about your cleaning processes.

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