Ceramic Tile-Characteristics and Cleaning Ceramics are inorganic, non-metallic materials that
have been subjected to heat treatment. Material used is clay that contains a large amount of silicates. Tiles used in the home are set in a thin plater-like substance called grout.
Glazed tile should be treated like porcelain enamel-
avoid using harsh abrasive powders which will scratch
the finish. Occasional bleaching will clean grout.
Aerosol bathroom cleaners are effective to clean tile;
follow directions on container.
Dingy grout between tiles can be brightened by
scrubbing with hot suds, then apply a diluted solution of chlorine bleach. Repeat procedure, keeping tile wet 5 minutes.
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