Tile Care

Tile Care

Beauty can be low maintenance

Ceramic tiles have long been a high quality and affordable option. But did you know ceramic tiles are also one of the most hygienic solutions for all your applications?

Thanks to a natural chemical resistance, no germs can live on the surface of tiles. Making tile the choice solution for food and health industries. This is due to ceramic tiles low absorption rate. Glazing then makes a tight, water resistant seal allowing liquids, germs and dirt to be easily wiped away.

Tiles are also made from 100% organic materials, and do not release any chemicals or toxic gases. During the manufacturing process, tiles are fired at 1200 – 1400°C, which ensures they are non-combustible, making tiles a safe choice for your family.

Cleaning Your Tiles

The key to cleaning your wall and floor tiles is making sure dirt and spills do not have a chance to get comfortable.

This is easy enough to do with a mop or cloth, hot water, and a mild household detergent (be sure to do a spot test with any detergent before use).

Regular Maintenance

Regular maintenance is important as well. The easiest and most effective step you can take is to regularly sweep, vacuum, and damp mop your bathroom, entryway, or kitchen surfaces, as these areas are commonly exposed to all kinds of bacteria.

A quick sweep or vacuum removes dirt and debris before it can become settled on the surface. Mopping with warm water and using a manufacturer-recommended cleaning product also enhances your tiles gloss, shine and colour.

Cleaning Products

One of the best floor cleaning products is readily available in your home.  Water is effective in keeping your tiles looking great.

You can also mix a cup of white vinegar with 4 litres of water for a wonderfully effective, odour-eliminating cleanser. If you prefer to avoid using harsh chemicals this is a great alternative.


Sealing and Resealing will keep stains, dirt, and water from being able to penetrate the protective barrier.

Experts recommend doing this about twice a year, though your tile manufacturer may recommend a different sealing schedule.

Keep Your Tiles At Their Best