Ceramic tile is a good-looking, durable option for home flooring, and with regular care, it should last homeowners a remarkably long time. It’s very easy to maintain, however problems arise when moisture manages to seep into the tiling, allowing mold and mildew to grow in and around your tiling job. Fortunately, you don’t need to remove your entire floor to fix this problem – mildew in ceramic tile can easily be fixed with some persistence.
However, once you’ve done this at least on one occasion, you’ll probably agree that the best option from now on is: sweep once or more a week, and do a thorough floor cleaning once or twice a month.
Removing Mold and Mildew