Use, Care & Cleaning
The ceramic tile installed on walls or countertops in your home may be washed with any nonabrasive soap or detergent; abrasive cleaners will dull the finish.

Ceramic tile floors are one of the easiest of floor coverings to care for. Simply vacuum when needed. Occasionally a wet mopping with warm water may be appropriate. Do not add detergent to the water. If you feel a cleaning agent is required, use a mild solution of warm water and dishwasher crystals (they will not result in a heavy, difficult to remove lather on the grout). Rinse thoroughly.

Separations
It is natural for slight separations to occur in the grout between tiles. Cracks in the grout can be filled using premixed grout which can be purchased from flooring or hardware stores. Follow package directions. Color of new grout will vary from the original even though the color and brand are the same.

Grout Discoloration
Grout that becomes yellowed or stained can be cleaned with a fiber brush, cleanser and water. Grout cleansers and whiteners are available at most hardware stores. DO NOT USE BLEACH!