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Hi, my name is Chris Wade, and I am a contractor from the city of Los Angeles, and today we're going to show you how to clean abrasive floor tile. Here we are trying to clean some abrasive tile. We've got some stubborn stains and we're going to use a little bit of baking soda, just spread it around there. You want to spray it with some peroxide, get it on the fine mist. We've spread out our baking soda and we just want to mist it with some peroxide. Just kind of get it in there and get it a little half peroxide, half water and then we just want to let it sit for about three to five minutes and let it just absorb that stain whether it be coffee, tea, soda pop or pee, whatever it may be and then you just want to get in there and just, you know, just get that in there and just hit those stains, a little bit of elbow grease, just hit the grout if you need to. Don't scrub too hard on the grout because you don't want to scratch it or damage it and I'm just using a just a normal kitchen scrubbing pad, nothing too heavy. It gives it a little bit of extra umph to get that stain out. Once you do that you want to take your clean sponge with some clean water and just wipe it up, a couple wipes will do it. And that pretty much is going to take care of that. So if you have some of those really hard to get stains on your abrasive tile, a little bit of baking soda, half and half water and peroxide, common kitchen scrubbing pad, some clean water, warm water, clean it up. And there you have it.