How Removing Greasy Marks from Tiles?

Wipe up oil splatters as soon as they happen, if possible. Tile splashbacks look fantastic but can get greasy quickly. Oil marks are easiest to remove when they are fresh. If you notice oil splashing on the tiles while you are cooking, use a paper towel to blot the oil. If you don’t have a paper towel on hand, use a clean dishcloth instead. This method will remove greasy marks from all types of cement tiles.

Fill a bucket with warm water and 2 drops of dishwashing liquid. If you notice greasy marks on the clunny tiles that have likely been there a while, use this method to get rid of them. The warm water and dishwashing liquid help to break down the oil and remove the stains. Add the water and dishwashing liquid into the bucket and then use your hand to gently stir them together. Any dishwashing liquid or detergent works for this method.

Dip a sponge into the soapy water and use it to wipe up the grease. Soak the sponge in the water and then squeeze it to remove any drips. Press the sponge onto the greasy marks for 5 seconds and then wipe in circular motions until all the marks are gone.

Soak the sponge in soapy water and wipe off the grease with it. Soak the sponge in water and squeeze to remove any water droplets. Press the sponge on the oil stain for 5 seconds, then wipe it circularly until all the oil stains disappear. If you want to clean a large area, soak the sponge regularly in soapy water to ensure that there is fresh dishwash soap on it. If there is a lot of excess accumulation on the tile, you may need to use store-bought degreaser or vinegar solution to clean it.

If you are cleaning a large area, dunk your sponge in the soapy water regularly to ensure that it has fresh dish soap on it. If there’s is a lot of excess build-up on your tiles, you may need to clean with a store-bought degreaser or use a vinegar solution.