How To Remove Ink Stain On Tiles

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Ink stains on tiles can interfere with the beauty of the eye’s view of the environment in the house. The kitchen, bathroom or other room in the house can easily be affected by ink stains or other stains due to the actions of its inhabitants. Especially for families who have children. Children are always active in doing things to express their creativity. So, not infrequently you found stubborn stains on the tiles in the room in the house. Stubborn ink stains are difficult to remove, especially for tiles made of granite. When there are stains that smear the granite tile, you must clean it immediately before the stain seeps into the pores of the tile. To clean the stain on tiles you could call best tile cleaning north shore service or you can follow these steps:

– Clean the ink stain with a cloth dabbed with clean water, for stubborn remnants of ink stains, apply bleach on the tile area affected by ink stains and leave for 2-3 minutes.

– Rub using a soft brush and then wipe using a dry, clean cloth then rinse using water with a little detergent then dry using a clean, dry cloth. In addition to using liquid bleach, you can also clean the stain on the tiles using nail polish remover or acetone. How to use it is quite easy, all you have to do is scrub the tile with ink stains using the nail polish remover liquid.

In addition to removing ink stains, acetone will also make the tiles look cleaner and sparkling. The ink stains that can be cleaned by nail polish cleansers are not only ordinary ink/pen stains but can also stubborn ink stains such as ink stains from permanent markers. If you have a problem with tiles that look dull or yellowish, you can also use nail polish remover to make your home tiles look brighter like new. But if you want assured results then always use professional tile cleaning service.

Ultra Brite Carpet & Tile Cleaning North Shore
79-83 Longueville Road, Lane Cove NSW 2066
(02) 8015 5143

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