Tidying Up: How to Clean Up Different Tile Types

Architectural Ceramics

While we can’t help you clean out your closet by purging, thanking, or folding your clothes, Architectural Ceramics can help you clean your tile floor or backsplash. Check out the following tips below, organized into categories, to care for and maintain your porcelain, ceramic, glass or natural stone tile. Simply put, when it comes to porcelain tile, the care and maintenance required is almost none. Use soap and water to clean the tile.

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Avoid Spooky Tile Situations with Advice from AC’s Customer Service Team

Architectural Ceramics

Don’t let tile mistakes haunt your home renovation. With expert advice from Architectural Ceramic’s Customer Service team, you can be prepared throughout your tile purchase and renovation. Whether you’re an architect, interior designer, or a DIY homeowner, we’ll help you avoid spooky tile situations. Depending on the type of renovation, not all tile materials are appropriate for all applications. Your tile purchase and renovation went smoothly.


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Patio Flooring Buying Guide

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Popular natural stone options include slate, travertine, granite, and even marble. Ceramic Tile: Ceramic tile is a classic flooring material. Patio tile flooring should not be glazed, as the smooth finish on glazed tile could become slippery in rain or snow.

Top Home Bathroom Flooring Options

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Bathrooms often need a silicone sealant around bathtubs and toilets no matter what flooring type you choose. Vinyl planks and tiles come in virtually any color and style imaginable. Waterproof vinyl tile. You have to replace the entire tile or plank. Natural stone tiles.

How To Care For Marble Or Natural Stone From?

How to Floor Tile

link] I personally do not advocate using Marble, Travertine and other natural stone in showers or wet areas because it is too soft and hard to maintain. I built this shower recently and all the tile looks like marble but it really is Porcelain and manufacturers copy natural stone for a reason. Oil-based paints, linseed oil, putty, caulks and sealants may cause oily stains. Marble Institute Of America!

Favorite Spring Cleaning Tips (Plus Inspiration!)


New sealant on the exterior of the window was a quick and easy fix.). For hardwoods and stone tile give them a good sweeping, and mopping– paying extra attention to cleaning the edges where the wall meets the floor. This is also a good time to consider whether you have materials that need special care such as granite or travertine tile that should be resealed.