Ceramic, a brittle, non-metallic or organic compound, is heat-resistant and has a variety of uses, including tiling walls, ceilings, and even floors.
Ceramics were made by mixing clay and cement with each other, then the mixture was heated at a high temperature that dried the water in the clay, and formed strong chemical bonds, after which the mixture solidified, forming traditional ceramics, and the color of the clay used would take the color of the resulting ceramic.
Clean the ceramics, using a vacuum cleaner or regular, and cement spacers by rubbing them, gently, with a brush and warm water, then wiping them with a cloth and drying them.
Wipe the floor with a steam broom, which polishes the ceramics.
In the event of a spillage of juice or coffee, or the occurrence of difficult stains on ceramics, a solution consisting of a bleaching substance can be used with dishwashing liquid, and then a clean cloth is dipped in the solution and the stubborn stains are cleaned with it, then rinse with water and dry it completely.
The ammonia and water mixture is useful for cleaning ceramic surfaces, removing any foreign stains that are stuck on them, which will restore the shine to the ceramic. The mixture is prepared by adding a quarter cup of ammonia to 3 liters of warm water. A mop is soaked in the mixture, squeezed well, and used to wipe and disinfect ceramic surfaces and floors. A sponge dipped in the solution can also be used to clean the floor, then wash it with clean water, and finally wipe it with a clean towel.
A mixture of borax, vinegar and ammonia, is used to get rid of stains and dirt accumulated on ceramic floors, and to restore the shine and shine to them, and it is prepared by adding half a cup of white vinegar, half a cup of ammonia, and a quarter cup of borax to 3 liters of warm water. Stir the mixture well before using it to wipe the floors, then re-wash it with clean water and leave it to dry.
White vinegar: ceramic shines by mixing a quarter cup of white vinegar with a gallon of warm water (about 3 liters), and a cup of vinegar is added directly to the tiles, if it is excessively dirty.
It is best to remove stains by rubbing the tiles with a sponge, as other abrasive tools may damage it.
The rubber squeegee is used to remove the water.
Olive oil and lemon juice: Olive oil and lemon juice can be used to polish ceramic tiles, by mixing three quarters of a cup of olive oil and half a cup of lemon juice in a bowl of hot water, in a way that both water and lemon juice contribute to cleaning floors from Dirt, while olive oil adds shine to it.
Soda with chlorine: You can mix a cup of soda with a cup of chlorine, stir the two components well, then use the toothbrush to rub the ceramics and the separators, leaving this mixture on the ceramic for no more than 15 minutes, then rinse it using warm, clean water without any additives . Dries the ceramic with a clean, soft mop.