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Have a Dog? Have Tile? Try These Tips for Tile Cleaning Oceanside Residents Like You Have Discovered

There are so many positive aspects of dog ownership. You'll love the companionship from your dog day after day. His unconditional love might surprise you at times, and he will always be loyal. But from the day you bring your puppy home, your clean house might become a thing of the past. Even if you have regular, professional tile cleaning, Oceanside residents have found that dogs and tile floors sometimes don't mix well. How do you make sure your floor looks amazing while enjoying your dog? These tips can help.

Clean Up Messes Fast

A soiled tile floor can be a mess, especially if the mess stays on the floor for hours. Start by soaking up any urine and picking up any feces you've found. Using baking soda, scrub the tile and grout around it. If the mess has been there for a few hours, you may want to let this sit for about ten minutes, then scrub with a stiff brush. If it's fresh, a simple scrub should do it. You may then want to rinse with water. If the smell remains, mix equal parts of vinegar and warm water in a container, and let it sit on your tiles for about ten minutes. Scrub the grout area with a brush, then rinse with water.

Think Grooming

Wonder what this has to do with tile cleaning? Oceanside pet groomers will tell you that grooming your dog routinely helps to eliminate extra fur, and that may mean less pet hair to deal with overall. Your best bet is to groom your dog outside so the fur doesn't end up on your tile floor, but if you have to groom inside, make sure to sweep up the fur promptly afterward. Your best bet is to groom at least three or four times each week.

Eliminate the Mud

Mud is the enemy of tile floors, so as soon as your dog comes into the house, train him to wait on a mat by the door. Wipe his paws down with a bit of room temperature water, then dry carefully. It will keep the mud from ever entering your home, and keep your tile a lot cleaner. It can also help to ensure bits of mud don't dry to dirt, then dig in and scratch your tile.

Regular, Professional Tile Cleaning

With dogs come inevitable messes, and scheduling a regular tile cleaning can help you keep problems to a minimum.

Silver Olas can help Oceanside dog owners just like you keep your tile cleaner. To learn more about our services, please contact us today.