How To Clean Marble Floor Tiles
Marble tiles are the definition of stone sophistication, melding together the modern and timeless for a captivating look. Yet, when the years pass, marble can become lackluster. To combat this, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to clean and polish marble tile.
However, don’t forget that if you don’t have time for the maintenance of marble tiles, or you find them too expensive, you can always check out our range of marble look porcelain tile.
Cleaning Marble Floor Tiles
Since floors see the most traffic, wear and tear will happen much more quickly than other areas.
When it comes to cleaning marble floor tiles, there are several things to keep in mind:
– They are delicate materials, anything acidic will cause damage to the body of the tile.
– Don’t ever use bleach, since this will cause splotching and discoloration.
– The wrong type of cleaner will wear down the sealant, leading to more debris and dirt being stored on the tile
– To effectively and safely clean your marble tile floors, you’ll want to use either a professional-grade cleaner or use something very gentle.
– We encourage professional-grade cleaning with something like our Stone Cleaning Kit but understand there may be cost restrictions involved. Here’s a quick DIY tactic to help you.
– A gentle soap (this can be castile liquid soap)
– Bucket with warm water
– Non-abrasive Cloth
– Dust Mop
– Wet Mop
- Step one
First, use a dust mop to clear away any topical dirt or debris from the marble floor.
- Step Two
Mix together 1 TBSP Castile Soap and 1 quart warm water in a large bucket.
- Step Three
Apply the mix to the floor, not in large puddles, and use a wet mop to clean.
- Step Four
Do a once-over with clean water with the wet mop.
- Step Five
Finally, hand dry with your cloth.