In kitchens - or anywhere you have tile, for that matter - grease and oil stains on your tile can be some of the most stubborn stains to remove. Harsh solvents meant to dissolve grease and oil are often unsafe for use on your tiles, nor would you want to use them in the kitchen. Thankfully, there's a perfect grease and oil tile stain remover right in your kitchen. You just have to know how to use it.
Baking soda is a wonderful tile stain remover in the kitchen, as it gently scours stains away without damaging most tiles or grouts, and is safe to use around food. Here's how to use it to clean kitchen tiles:
For hard stains spray some quantity of Tile stain remover on the surface and wait for 2-3 minutes then clean by cotton cloth, if stain still persists then apply again. Only One spray in a week is sufficient for regular use to clean dirt, water & soap marks from ceramic tiles. Tile stain remover can be use for floor cleaning application. Use it by mixing 5ml to 7ml in one liter water. Do not use on marbles.
Before you clean your tiles, make certain that you are using a tile stain remover that's safe for your type of tiles. Most natural stone or marble tiles and some ceramic and porcelain tiles can be damaged by harsh cleaners, which can permanently etch or discolor tiles. Check the label on any cleaner you use to make certain that it is safe for use on your tiles.