Peel and stick floor tiles provide an affordable option to ceramic or porcelain tiles, as they give you nearly the same tile appearance for a fraction of the price. Peel and stick tiles are strong, but not as durable as ceramic and porcelain tiles. This makes it important to clean the peel and stick floor tiles properly, as using harsh cleaning solutions can damage or loosen your floor tiles.
Things You'll Need
- Dish soap
Sweep the peel and stick tiles with your broom every few days to get off loose dust and dirt.
Mix a cleaning solution in a bucket using 1 cup white vinegar, 2 tbsp. dish soap, and 1 gallon warm water.
Submerge your cleaning mop in the bucket, then squeeze out excess liquid.
Mop your peel and stick tile floor, and let it air-dry.
How to Clean Tile Floors
Tile maintenance is both routine and specialized, depending on the fabrication of the flooring and whether it is sealed or not.
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