If you have to clean Clearwater flooring, it might as well be easy. Cleaning can be simple with a few hints.
Those with travertine tile flooring in their home need to know how they are supposed to keep it clean. After all, the new floor was an investment and they will want to keep it looking spiffy for a long time. The funny thing is that the best way to clean travertine tiles is with a mixture of dish soap and water. Yes, it’s that easy.
If you are like a lot of people who barely have time to say hello to their kids when they get home, because they’re working two jobs, then cleaning house is the last thing you want to do. In fact, by the time the workweek is done and you get a day off, you don’t want to clean on your day off either. Selecting lovely travertine Clearwater flooring, you get a bonus and get off easy when it comes to swabbing it down.
Most people can find a few minutes every day to D & C (dust and clean) in small areas to keep the house up and this is precisely what you can do with your flooring as well. It doesn’t need to be mopped every day and it doesn’t need to be vacuumed every day either. Just do it on the fly and touch it up. Travertine is really a stand-alone stone with a presence and beauty that will make your life a joy. It may be one of the best flooring decisions you have ever made.
For spot cleaning, use a sponge. For tough spots, use that sponge and a bit of elbow grease and perhaps a tougher dish soap. Just remember one thing, don’t use a product that contains acid, because these tiles are really absorbent. Anything with acid in it is quickly absorbed and creates stains, producing streaking on the surface of your travertine Clearwater flooring. After the expense you went to get it installed, you don’t want to mark or ruin it.