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Stain Solver - Oxygen Bleach - Maximum Cleaning Power

   

Stain Solver and Partially Clean Tile


Dear Tim: Some of my Stain Solver got on my floor tiles rather than just on the grout. The tiles effected have a lighter color than the rest of the tile.  Is there some way this can be repaired to look like the rest of the tile? Thanks. - Carol W., Auburn, AL

Dear Carol: I had this issue with another woman about two months ago. We traced it to her using floor cleaning products in the past that didn't actually clean the floor and left thin layers of the cleaning product with residual dirt. She had multiple thin layers of dirts on her floor, but she actually though the floor was clean.

It's "impossible" for my Stain Solver to remove the glaze or pigments from floor tile. Ceramic tile is one of the most durable flooring materials made. That's why you see them in restaurants and other commercial buildings.

That being said, here's what I want you to do:

Get a 12 oz regular glass and fill it with hot water. Take one tablespoon of my Stain Solver and dissolve it in this water. Stir till completely dissolved.

Take two clean dry paper towels and fold them over on each other so they completely cover a floor tile about 8 x 8. Pour half the glass of solution onto the paper towels while they are on a tile making sure the towels are completely saturated. Let sit for an hour.

At the end of the hour, remove the paper towels and add more solution to the tile. Take a stiff scrub brush and scrub the tile. Immediately rinse the tile with clear water and dry with paper towels.  

The tile you worked on should look like new.