Sweep the floor, taking care to sweep under appliances and in corners.
Mix 1 cup rubbing alcohol in two gallons of warm water. Mop the floor with this solution. The rubbing alcohol will lift stubborn stains from the tiles. Let the floor dry.
Combine 1 part oxygen bleach to 5 parts water. Mix well. Mop the floor with the bleach solution using a cotton fiber mop that reaches between the tiles. Let the oxygen bleach solution sit on the tiles for 30 minutes.
Scrub the grout lightly with a soft-bristled brush dipped in the oxygen bleach solution.
Mop the floor with plain water to remove any leftover residue. Let it dry. Repeat the process if any stains remain on your tile or grout.
Things You Will Need
- 1 cup rubbing alcohol
- Oxygen bleach
- Cotton fiber mop
- Soft-bristled brush
- If you do not have a cotton fiber mop, clean the grout between your tiles by hand using a sponge.
- You can help hide stubborn stains by dabbing the area with paint the same color as your grout.