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HOW TO CARE FOR & MAINTAIN TILE

With proper cleaning and maintenance, you’ll enjoy years of inherent beauty and optimum performance from your floor, wall, and countertop tile or stone.
 
Take a closer look at the care and maintenance of your specific tile type below.
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Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tile can be sealed prior to grouting to provide extra protection from daily wear and tear.
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Ceramic tile

To keep its beauty, ceramic products should be cleaned routinely with an all-purpose cleaner.
Commercial reception area with tall ceilings. Walls and floor are covered in extra large-format porcelain slab in a classic white marble look.

Panoramic Porcelain

Unlike natural stone, no special care is required for Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces.
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Natural Stone Surfaces

Natural Stone requires a different maintenance program than traditional ceramic tile.
Tan marble-look quartz countertops on a long bar at a cafe.

ONE Quartz Surfaces

ONE Quartz Surfaces are virtually maintenance-free and can be cleaned easily.
Bathroom with varigated blue glass one by one inch mosaic on the walls and shower. Dark wood vanity with white sink in the foreground.

Glass & Metal tile

A non-abrasive cleaning compound is recommended for either glass or metal tile.
Close up of quarry tile in reddish black color.

Quarry tile


Avoid using no-rinse enzymatic and organic acid-based cleaners on quarry tile. 

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