ProSource | 3/13/2016 | Product Information
For basic cleaning, the following procedures are recommended for ceramic tile care:
For tile with coarse or abrasive type surfaces, tile maintenance will need to be performed more frequently. Agitation will need to be more vigorous and water changes more frequent. Proper cleaning of these types of tile is necessary for the slip resistance value to be maintained. Grease or water accumulation may create slippery conditions. Be careful to avoid introduction of grease from dirty mops to your floor surface while cleaning.
Because the grout on your tile needs time to thoroughly dry after installation, we recommend you do not scrub or wash your tile for five days after installation. We also recommend protecting your floor against abrasive dirt at entrances to buildings with dirt catching floor mats.
Maintenance And Warranties
Tile care and maintenance, for the most part, requires minimal attention. Glazed and unglazed tile, under normal residential situations, can be cleaned using clean water and a tile cleaner recommended by the manufacturer. Always follow up with a rinse of clean water to completely remove all the cleaning solution. Regular maintenance is recommended to avoid build-up of dirt, residue, grease, soap, detergents, or other external contaminants.
Improper care of ceramic tile using maintenance and improper cleaning products can result in a build-up on the surface, causing the tile to be slippery. Wax cleaners and oil-based detergents may decrease the slip resistance and are not recommended for use on your ceramic tile.
Performance and/or warranty of flooring can be sacrificed or voided if not installed to manufacturer’s instructions and industry standards. For further information on industry standards and guidelines please visit http://www.wfca.org/.
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