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How to cleanOil Stains on Wall Tiles in kitchen

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by aishu22, Nov 21, 2007.

  1. karthigailakshm

    karthigailakshm New IL'ite

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    Use Lizol lime with water or hot water with any soap powder to remove oil stains
     
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    GaythriV Platinum IL'ite

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    Rub the tiles with the scrubber using EXO bar or VIM bar and wash with water. Then wipe away the water with newspaper to see the sparkle.
     
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    Dear Aishu,

    After u had cleaned yr tiles please stick aluminium foils on the tiles so that u can further avoid oil stains while cooking. Aafter two months or when ever stain appears u can remove the old one and stik a new foil. It ease yr work.

    Regards,

    Veena
     
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    If the tiles are of rough texture you can use steel wire brush and surf or any washing powder to clean the oil stains. If they are smooth, rub with scotchbrite or plastic wire brush. If the tiles are cleaned periodically you don`t need to rub hard. My SIL keeps a thick cardboard in front of the tiles to avoid oil spills. But you have to be careful with the flame.
     
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    Dear Aishu,

    you may use Amway's multipurpose cleaner..........this REALLY helps for tough and oily stains. You just need to follow as per the description on the bottle and use it.

    I have been using this for many years and it works very well for ALL areas......

    Vijeya
    Malaysia
     
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    I find CIF very effetive in cleaning any kind of grease.
     
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    Pour a capful of lysol on the tiles, then leave it for some 10-20 minutes, :hide:finally clean it up with metal scrubber using water... tiles will sparkle definitely...:thumbsup
     
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    As Ms. GayathriV said, VIM bar also works well with these oily tiles....
     
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    Useful info for everyone....... thank you all....
     
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    Cif is a very good option. safe on hands also. Does not leave the hands v rough. Happy cleaning
     

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