Care and Maintentance

Ceramic tile can be cleaned in any way. The combination of soap and water, or even using cleaning products would be appropriate to obtain a great look of your tiles.

Porcelain tile is among the easiest of flooring materials to clean. Porcelain tile can be easily swept or vacuumed twice a week. A damp sponge mop
would also be appropriate; which truly exemplifies the ease of cleaning that comes with porcelain tile.

Natural Stone (granite, marble, travertine, limestone) can be cleaned and maintained with luke warm water and mild dish soap. Other products that
contain harsh chemicals could effect the finish of the tile, so it is important to treat natural stone with extra care.

Granite countertops should be cleaned using mild soap and water, and in-store specific granite countertop cleaners that polishes, protect, and
rejuvenate the look.

Quartz countertops need to be maintained carefully. Using non-abrasive cleaners is essential to maintaining the look of the quartz. Mild soap and
water is the most effective way to clean quartz but it is very important to not apply significant pressure, because that can damage the finish.

Grout can be cleaned many ways. Firstly, just using warm water and a thin brush while scrubbing in a circular motion is effective. For more extensive
stains, a solution of vinegar and warm water can be created and sprayed. After application, it should be left for 5 minutes and then scrubbed. As
well, hydrogen peroxide or oxygen bleach are effective solutions for cleaning tough stains and grimy grout. To maintain the grout, it’s a great idea to spray it with vinegar once a week.

If you require clarification on any cleaning methods for any surface, please do not hesitate to contact us!