Wednesday, May 15, 2019

HOW TO CLEAN MEXICAN TILE WITH SOAP & WATER NEVER USE WHITE VINEGAR


HOW TO CLEAN MEXICAN TILE WITH SOAP & WATER NEVER USE WHITE VINEGAR: Many messes and spills on Mexican tile floors can be cleaned with an all-purpose cleaner such as Dawn. Deep set-in stains may not come out with a general cleaner and you may need professional Mexican tile cleaning help. 
 
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Vinegar may be fine for Ceramic tile floors that has a kiln baked glazed finish, but Mexican tile has no baked on finish, it is basically raw clay with an applied finish-sealer that needs a different approach to cleaning. Ceramic tiles are fired in a kiln at temperatures around 2000 degrees Fahrenheit.

White vinegar is an aqueous solution of about 5% acetic acid which is a common constituent of most of the canning and pickling activities. As mentioned, the ingredients in white vinegar mainly comprise acetic acid. Some types of white vinegar can contain up to 20% acetic acid, but these are strictly for cleaning purposes (not on Mexican Tile floors) and not intended for human consumption.
 

Avoid using acids like bleach, white vinegar, and citrus soaps to remove stains since they can wear away at the sealer and damage the Mexican tile surface.

 
Mexican Tile Floor Care: Do Not use Vinegar to Clean Your Mexican Tile Floor it Will Ruin the Finish. Vinegar is an acid. Proper weekly maintenance is just as important as getting the right installer in order to extend the life of your Mexican Saltillo tile.

Do not ever use acid (WHITE VINEGAR) of any kind to clean your Mexican Tile and grout, acids are corrosive they will ruin any applied finish and eventually break down the clay in the Mexican tile with disastrous results.
"No Mop & Glo and no Endust, no Spic and Span." Would you put any of these things on your car? Don't use them on your Mexican tile. JUST USE SOAP AND WATER TO CLEAN YOUR TILE, SOAP LIKE DISHWASHER DETERGENT. BETTER CALL VEL AT MEXICAN TILE RENEW 941-926-7444

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