Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated November 27, 2023)
Have you ever stopped to think about how much tile you have in your home? Chances are you have some in your bathroom, possibly even the kitchen, usually on the floor. Another common location that you can find tile is on the counter tops in those same rooms. One of the more common types of problems you can find with your tiled surface is the sticky residue that soda pop leaves behind. Good thing that cleaning soda pop from tile isn't all that difficult.
While this method should work easily, there are some times when you can find yourself faced with a soda pop problem you simply can't get up all that easily. In such situations, you may want to try alternate methods such as using a squeegee, or even a steam cleaner to do the job. In really rare situations you may want to use a scrubbing pad. Be careful if you do that though, since you can potentially damage the tiles more than you end up cleaning them.
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