by Lee Wyatt
(last updated June 2, 2014)
It is entirely common for home owners to purchase some tile and set them aside for later use. This is usually done when you don't have enough money to do a complete overhaul of a bathroom or kitchen all at one time, and you don't want to lose a particular material, pattern or style that you like. In situations such as this, the tile will be stored away, and usually only brought out when it is time to use them. When that happens, there may be a stain of some kind that has been left on the stored tile. Cleaning that stored tile, doesn't need to be as difficult as you may have thought. All you need to do is use these simple methods.
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