Ceramic tile withstands most abuse without accepting stains or scratches, but its slick, usually glazed surface will collect a greasy film over time, especially in well-used kitchens. You might also inadvertently create a slippery, greasy surface by cleaning your ceramic tile with an oil-based cleanser, which leaves a residue on glazed tile. Greasy film is not only unattractive and a germ and dirt magnet, but it's also a hazard on a floor, where it may cause a fall. Clean the greasy film off your ceramic tile as soon as you notice it.
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Things you need
- Warm water
- 2 cups baking soda
- 2 cups ammonia
- 1 cup vinegar
- Gallon bucket
- Spray bottle
- Old toothbrush
Combine all your liquid ingredients into the bucket and stir them until they are completely mixed.
Unscrew the spray bottle's spray top, and put the funnel's small end into the spray bottle's opening. Pour the bucket's solution into the spray bottle via the funnel. Replace the spray bottle's spray top once you've filled the bottle.
Spray this solution onto the greasy area, and then wipe away both the solution and the greasy film with your sponge. Clean the grout with the same solution, using an old toothbrush as a scrubber if necessary. Mop any greasy floors with a mop soaked in your bucket of solution.
Rinse the cleaned areas with clean water.
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