STEP 1: Sweep your tile floors daily with a fluffy dust mop or vacuum
To remove loose dust and dirt. Remember, you should never use a straw broom to replace either the dust mop or vacuum because that will scratch your tiles.
STEP 2: Mopping the floor with warm water once a week
will help your tiles stay nice and shiny.
STEP 3: Dry the floor right after damp mopping
To avoid new dirt from quickly setting in wet areas and becoming hard-to-remove grimes.
STEP 4: Clean up spills promptly
If you drop a glass of juice or even water, clean it up right away. The longer it sits, the more time it will have to soak into the grout. Dried orange juice and other sugary liquids also tend to become annoyingly sticky.
STEP 5: Remove rust spots from tile floors
You probably won't have to do this often, but if you do, cleaning with kerosene does the trick on rust.