Tile Floor Restoration – Do it Yourself
Tile floor restoration may be a small or a larger job. Tile is a classic choice for a kitchen or bathroom; it comes in a virtually endless array of colors, patterns, textures, glazes, sizes, and styles. It can coordinate with any décor, its perfect regularity makes it easy to work with, and it’s relatively inexpensive. Ceramic tile floors are easy to clean and maintain.
Before any tile floor restoration project, clean the floor by sweeping, vacuuming, or using a dust mop. Next, use a mop with plain warm water. Wring your mop thoroughly before applying to the floor, and be sure not to leave pooled water. If needed, use a mild detergent, a few drops of dish liquid, or a product made for tile flooring; be sure to rinse thoroughly.
A big tile floor restoration project may involve filling chips and/or cleaning or even replacing grout. But most tile floor restoration is a matter of restoring the shine. Between cleanings, apply Pro Shot® Floor Restorer. Pro Shot® Floor Restorer restores the natural beauty of your tile floor in one easy application, dries to a high sheen in about 30 minutes, and is UL-listed for slip resistance. Your tile floor’s shine will last for months. Pro Shot® Floor Restorer contains no petroleum, so it is safer for your family. After cleaning with whatever ceramic tile floor cleaner that works best for you, keep that just-cleaned look with Pro Shot® Floor Restorer.