Vinyl floor tiles with thick-enough wear layers can withstand the most punishing of traffic and heavy weight. Their resistance to stain and moisture makes them a good candidate for installing in such areas as the basement, kitchen or the bathroom. The tiles are even neutral to common reagents such as alkalis, acids, aliphatic hydrocarbons and the like. However, certain aromatic hydrocarbons can soften the tiles to some extent. Depending on where and how exactly you plan to use them, you may go in for the appropriate tiles for your installation.
Ceramic tiles are quite easy to maintain. They require very little effort to clean - but a mop and warm water must be used on them regularly to keep them looking fresh and bright. Now and then, a mild detergent solution can be used on your tiled flooring - and a little bit of scrubbing will help remove the odd stain. Your furniture legs should have felt pads on them to avoid scratching the tiles. If tiles are damaged, replace the entire tile with a new one that looks identical to your old tile, using the same process you used to install the tile.
In cleaning ceramic tiles, you must consider using different tools to obtain perfectly shining flooring but you also have to see to it that you are not using tools and chemicals that may scratch or damage your tiles. Never use ammonia based cleaners or strong bleaches because they have harmful chemical contents that may cause the discoloration of your grout. Whenever there are spills, be sure to be fast in cleaning and wiping them put as they may cause tile-staining when left longer.
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