How To Clean Smoke Stains Off Of Tiles
In this follow up we see if it is possible to quickly and easily clean fire soot off of tiles as well as we were able to clean it off of walls and ceilings. Here’s how to easily clean smoke stains from floor and wall tiles.
Fire Remediation For Real Estate Investors
Don’t let a minor house fire scare you away from a profitable real estate fix and flip deal. This house had a fire in the kitchen that was put out before it spread. However the black soot and smoke residue gave the appearance of more extensive burning than there was. This was easily fixed by sponge mopping the walls and ceilings clean.
Here is How To Clean Smoke Stains Off Of Tile
This is what I used in this video.
I was blown away by how well the Magic Eraser cleaned soot and smoke off of ceramic floor tile and porcelain shower surround tile. I used one until it had holes worn through and was out of whatever chemicals it uses.
Magic Eraser by Mr. Clean $2.99 for 2 pack. It’s cheaper by the carton.
Buy 10 piece carton of Magic Erasers here
JEP Peroxide Cleaner $9.80 quart bottle Stain remover with Peroxide. This works much better than white vinegar. You can see the coating loosen and drip away as you spray it or mop it onto the surface.
Scrub with a sponge mop, not a cloth mop. $29.95 for the mop + $20.95 for 3-pack extra heads This is the ideal sponge style to use for mopping. Great for sucking up lots of muck while allowing a clean swiping edge. Also, it is tiff enough to scrub well. Not usually found in grocery or dollar stores.
Buy PVA Ultra Super Absorbent Professional Double Roller Sponge Foam Mop here
Buy 3-pack of sponge mop heads