How should porcelain stoneware be cleaned normally?
To clean these tiles correctly use a scrubber or sponge pad dipped in a diluted solution of neutral detergent for tiles, such as FILA CLEANER, following the usage instructions and observing the manufacturer’s dilution ratios indicated on the packaging.
Avoid using wax and/or penetrating sealer products. For large areas we suggest you use a wash and dry machine.
The following DAILY OPERATIONS:
• Remove all dust using a broom, woollen cloth or vacuum cleaner
• Wash with a FILA CLEANER (a low residue neutral detergent) diluted in a ratio of 1:200 (a cup of detergent in a 5 litre bucket of water) using a damp cloth that should be dipped often in the solution.
IMPORTANT: After any kind of wash, if the floor is marked with mop or cloth marks, wash it carefully with clean water, rinsing the cloth or mop often and wringing it thoroughly. Do not use too much detergent when preparing the cleansing solution unless the floor is particularly dirty, in which case rinse the floor afterwards.
AT REGULAR INTERVALS: wash the floor with a FILA PS/87 degreasing cleanser diluted in water in a ratio of 1:20 (preferably warm water as this increases cleaning efficiency) and then rinse thoroughly; or if a scale removal wash is required, use FILA DETERDEK diluted in water in a ratio of 1:20 (preferably warm water as this increases cleaning efficiency) and then rinse thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: If any of the tiles are not cleaned properly, repeat the scale removal/degreasing operation with a higher concentration of cleanser. The operator responsible for this cleaning operation should test the cleanser on a small area of tiles before using it on all of them.