Tiles Cleaning Agent

Usually no special treatment is necessary for Rotto StainFree tiles. Rotto tiles are resistant to all chemicals (except hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives). Hence, commercially available detergents and cleaning agents can also be used for regular maintenance. However, use water to dampen the tiles and joints when using a strong chemical agent. Depending on usage fresh micro pores may open up hence, it is recommended that any spills and stains be removed immediately

Cleaning Agent
Robin Blue Household Detergent / Warm Water
Marker Ink Turpentine / Acetone / Trichloroethylene
Pen Ink Acetone / Isopropyl Alcohol
Stain (Methylene Blue) Isopropyl Alcohol / Acetone
Sauce Ammonia Solution
Cement Turpentine / Acetone / Trichloroethylene / Conc HCL
Tea Hydrochloric Acid / Bleaching Powder
Coffee Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide
Beer Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide
Diesel Acetone / Petrol
Lab Indicator Acetone / Isopropyl Alcohol
Cement And Grouting Hydrochloric Acid
Pencil Mark Benzene or Toluene or Xylene
Plaster of Paris (POP) Ammonium Sulphate Solution
Iodine (Tincture Iodine) Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide
Hair Dye Per Chloric Acid
Paan Spitting Lemon Juice or Citric Acid
Marker Pen Acetone

DISCLAIMER:Rotto Tiles StainFree tiles exhibit enhanced stain resistance when compared with ordinary vitrified polished tiles. Most common household stains can be cleaned-off with water or commercially available acids, provided they are cleaned within a period of 30 minutes from the staining event. The company bears no responsibility for any consequential or inconsequential damage to the tiles on account of failure to comply with these guidelines

- Not to be exposed to direct sun light and heat.
- Durability is directly subject to usage of the floor and its maintenance.