Although these tiles are stain, slip, and mold resistant, it is important to maintain proper upkeep by cleaning them regularly. To clean minor messes such as dirt, dust, small water spills, etc., the debris can simply be swept or wiped away with a broom or mop. You can also use Swiffer products (i.e. the SweeperVac, Duster, or WetJet).
For harder-to-remove stains, such as shoe skid marks or greasy spills, you may use warm soapy water or a degreaser such as Goo-Gone or Zep. These products have been successfully tested on the tiles with favorable results. When large spills occur, we recommend disassembling the tiles with a putty knife (carefully). Then, sweep or mop your concrete sub-floor of any stains, liquid, or debris that may have crept its way between the edges of your interlocking basement floor tiles.