Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

My kitchen and family room have very glossy ceramic tile flooring. I cannot find any type of cleaner that does not leave water spots and streaks. Help!

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By Patd818 from Chicago, IL

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Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

If the grout is properly sealed, then lightly spraying an area with Watkins Citrus Cleaner and damp-mopping it with an old fashioned string mop works fine. Clean, no streaks, and quite agreeable smell. Other citrus cleaners may work too.

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By DearWebby

Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

I use cornstarch in my warm water, it does wonderfully well! Mop and wipe dry. I dry mine so as not to get lime deposit build up. (04/13/2009)

By Kdot

Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

I use Windex. It works great, cleans great and dries streak free. Use the real Windex. I tried using a less expensive brand and it left a sticky residue. Good luck. (04/14/2009)

By debit4857

Cleaning Ceramic Tile Floors

Swiffer wet cloths do wonders. Also, I have used hot water with a small amount of dish detergent and a couple of drops of baby oil. (04/21/2009)

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