How To Remove Grease Stain From Your Kitchen Tiles In Five Easy Steps
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Published by TOP4 Team
Kitchen is perhaps the busiest section in the entire household. As eating is normally done more than three times a day including snacks, the kitchen usually gets the heaviest traffic compared to other sections of the house because it is in the kitchen here food is normally prepared.
Where there's food, there's grease. Grease stains cannot be avoided, especially in a busy kitchen. Not only is food being prepared in the kitchen, it is also in the kitchen where washing is done after cooking or sometimes, after eating. Expect therefore to be cleaning up grease stains once in a while, depending on how busy your kitchen is.
Here's five easy steps in cleaning out stain from the kitchen tiles.
1. Using a paper towel, wipe down all the big grease marks that stains your tiles. Most of the thick stains can be removed with this initial wiping.
2. Put a cup of white vinegar in a spray bottle. Vinegar is a natural cleaning agent, which works as well as your regular bleach. Spray vinegar to the area you want to clean. Allow the solution to soak in a few minutes.
3. Wipe the tiles repeatedly with a sponge until the grease is removed. You may want to repeat this process depending on how dirty the tiles are. Best way to do this is wiping the tiles in uniform strokes, putting the scrub away from you, then wiping towards you. Make sure also to wash and rinse the scrub frequently.
4. Rinse thoroughly using a wet rag. When the whole section is rinsed, wipe excess water with paper towel or dry rags or cloth.
5.Dry out the cleaned area by allowing air circulation. This will also get rid of the strong vinegar smell. You may use an electric fan and open up the windows to speed up the process.