Keep your floors clean and beautifully shiny with these simple stain removal techniques. Tips and tricks from our grandmothers.
Different pollution, different means
Tiles look robust but do not risk anything. First try individual stain removal in an inconspicuous place. Make sure there is no more damage to the floor than is absolutely necessary. So how to remove individual stains.
Blood: Remove with hydrogen peroxide or diluted bleach.
Coffee, tea or juice: Wash the stain with detergent and warm water. Finally, wash with hydrogen peroxide or diluted bleach.
Rubber or wax: Insert the ice cube into the bag and place it in a dirty place. Once the rubber or wax has solidified, remove as much of the dirt as possible. Remove the remainder with a non-flammable diluent.
Grease and greasy stains: Wash grease or grease stains with sodium or non-abrasive floor cleaner.
Ink or dye: Dip a clean cloth into a diluted bleach and place it on a stain. Let it work until the stain disappears. Rinse then.
Iodine: Remove the iodine stain with dilute ammonia. Rinse the cleaned area.
Nail polish: Nail polish remover removes. However, if dirt remains, use hydrogen peroxide or diluted bleach.