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Tile Floor Care

Ceramic tile floors are popular for providing style and beauty while also being scuff-resistant and cost effective. Durable, but not indestructible, ceramic tile requires proper care and maintenance to ensure that your floors last for years to come. Read on to learn how to care for your new investment.

Preventing Wear and Damage

Our tile floors are built to last, but daily wear and tear can still have an impact. The following do’s and don’ts for tile floors will help you care for your floor and extend it’s life.


  • Use entry mats to collect dirt, sand and grit.
  • Keep your pets nails trimmed.


  • Don’t drop heavy objects on your tile floor. Tile is subject to cracking with a hard impact.
  • Don’t slide or move heavy objects across the floor.
  • Don’t allow food and drink spills to stay on your floor; clean them up quickly.

Ceramic Tile Floor Cleaning and Care

Keeping your tile floor clean and free from dirt and grit is the best way to extend the life of your investment. The following guidelines will help to ensure that you’re cleaning your tile flooring properly:


  • Sweep frequently to remove dirt and grit.
  • Clean the floor with the manufacturer’s recommended products.
  • Clean up spills quickly to avoid stains. Keep your tile flooring dry and free from standing puddles.


  • Don’t use oil-based cleaning products.
  • Don’t use abrasive powders or cleaners on your tile.
  • Don’t use bleach or ammonia based cleaners; regular use can stain or discolor your tile or grout.