Best Way to Clean Ceramic Tile

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The best way to clean ceramic tile is to use a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to scrub the floor, sweep up the dust left after scrubbing, and mop the floor with water and a splash of vinegar. Use natural products to clean a ceramic tile floor that will not be harmful to kids or pets with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on cleaning.

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Hi, I'm Rachel Yatuzis and I'm going to show you the best way to clean ceramic tile. If you have some stains, what you can do is make a mixture of baking soda and, where'd my vinegar go? There it is, vinegar. Make this into a paste and use it like Soft Scrub to scrub your floor. This is not harmful to your kids so it's okay if you have a baby and he's crawlin' on the floor and then he puts his hands in his mouth...nothing about this is toxic or harmful. So, you just want to put this mixture into the grout or onto any stains, anything you need to get a really deep clean with and scrub. It works really, really, really well. Next you'll be left with this dusty, you know, mess, that's not a big deal. You just want to sweep it up and then you'll be ready to mop your floor like you normally would. I'll show you how to do that. You want to sweep all the stuff up, you know, get your dust pan and get all the debris up. Once you've done that, the way you want to mop your entire floor, any floor, wood floor, ceramic tile, linoleum, vinyl, the best way to mop a floor is a bucket of water with a splash of vinegar in it. That's what I've got right here. Oh, you want to get a little more water on the broo...err, on the mop. Just go over your entire floor like this and repeat these steps as necessary if you still have stains. I'm Rachel Yatuzis and that is how you clean a ceramic tile floor.

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