Do you want a quick and easy way to make your ceramic tile and hardwood sparkle?


I share with you on this post how this "secret" has worked for me! Want a quick way to give your ceramic tile and hardwood floors a sparkle? It's as easy as grabbing your bottle of Windex or a generic version. This was a trick I was taught years ago when I used to clean condos on the weekend in my "youth". I do it when I don't have time for a deep clean and even after deep cleaning. Gives everything an extra sparkle! You can check out the rest of the details here: http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
I have always used Windex for a quick "sparkle" and always get compliments. Read the post to know the details! http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
Put a sparkle back in your tile! Don't have time for a deep clean or don't have the sparkle after cleaning? Windex! http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shin
Hardwood floors looking dull? Yes, I even use it for a quick sparkle on my floors! They are 17 years old and still sparkle! http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine
Tubs need a sparkle? Use windex after or even for a quick "shine". It's that easy! More details: http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
Leave everything looking clean and with a "sparkle". It is a "house keepers" secret and tried and true! More details at : http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
Don't believe me? My floors are over 17 years old and have never been re-touched. Trust me.....it works. http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
You can use Windex or a generic Windex. Check out the post to see what my favorite is: http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
It is an easy way to get a clean look! http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/
I promise....people will notice. http://youaretalkingtoomuch.com/2012/10/quick-and-easy-way-to-make-ceramic-tile-and-hardwood-sparkle-and-shine/

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3 questions
  • Cathy
    on Aug 30, 2016

    I want to know how to clean the tiles in my shower walls and floor THANKU

  • Kate Pigula
    on Mar 12, 2017

    Is there a glaze or polish i can put on my ceramic tiles to give it a shine?Thanku.

  • Susie
    on Aug 5, 2018

    How do I use it on my floors?

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  • Megan Lillich
    on Mar 16, 2015

    Windex actually contains quartinary ammonia which is a disinfectant. ( I am a microbiologist and former health inspector) so I would happily eat off your counters- it would be no different then eating of a plate in a restaurant that sanitizes with quat.

  • Valery
    on Mar 17, 2015

    I wouldn't use on unsealed hardwood.

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