Porcelain Tile Cleaning

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Old 05-15-09, 02:16 PM
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Question Porcelain Tile Cleaning

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I would be interested in any feedback or comments. We recently installed a Porcelain tile floor in our kitchen and would be interested in suggestions for cleaning products. It's a typical 13 x13 tile held in place with grout. The only thing we have been told is use nothing with bleach in the product. I have used the Armstrong Once & Done cleaner on other flooring and hoped it could be used again? Based on the label and product information it states it's safe for use on many floring surfaces including ceramic. Yes, my tile is porcelain but my thought it's very similar and likely would work and be safe for use.

Any suggestions or other products people would recommend?

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Porcelain is ceramic.....saying that, use what you got. They make some specialty cleaners for really dirty floors, like Aquamix, but if it's normal cleaning, you dont need that.
 
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There are many cleaners that work well with your tiles. I think Once N Done is as good or better than any. The main reason is that it is a no-rinse cleaner. (unless the floor is really soiled)

Just stay away from "oil" cleaners as they will leave a residue behind. LestOil, PineSol, etc. The worst and most useless, Murphy's Oil soap, & clones

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