Porcelain tile is touted as being easy to maintain as well as durable. Porcelain tiles live up to their reputation, and cleaning a porcelain floor isn’t a tough chore to master. Before you know it, your floor will be gleaming like the day it was installed, and you won’t be exhausted during the process.
Sweep or vacuum the porcelain to remove all loose dirt and dust.
Add two tbsp,. baking soda to one gallon of hot water in a two gallon bucket, stirring well until soda has dissolved.
Mop the floor, using a microfiber mop in a back-and-forth motion and overlapping as you work. Rinse the mop when you see soil accumulating on its surface.
Rinse the entire surface, using clean water and a clean mop. Allow to air dry before walking on the floor.
Examine the floor. If stains remain, mix a solution of 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide to one quart water; apply to stain and cover with a paper towel. Allow to soak for 15 minutes before rinsing.
Repeat the soaking process on stubborn stains, substituting chlorine bleach for the peroxide and rinsing after 15 minutes.