Ceramic Tile Floor Care Program

Ceramic tile is an excellent flooring choice for a variety of environments because it is extremely durable, highly resistant to stains and is easier to maintain than most natural stone floors. In addition to these compelling performance characteristics, the varied designs, colors and textures available with ceramic tile offers a wide array of design possibilities.


The Pioneer Eclipse Ceramic Tile Floor Care Program consists of a combination of specially formulated chemicals used with simple processes to ensure the floors look consistently pristine and be easy to maintain.


Ceramic floor tile is made with clay material that is shaped and then dried in a kiln to remove impurities, stabilize the form, and strengthen the material. The tile is then either glazed or left unglazed, each with distinct characteristics that are important to consider for proper floor care.

Ceramic Tile Floor Care

Restoring tile and grout:

Eclipse Ceramic HD Cleaner removes tough dirt build-up, grease, oil, hard water deposits and soap scum from grout lines and the micropores of ceramic tile. This product is also recommended for periodic cleaning. Click here for DIRECTIONS.

Eclipse Ceramic Restorer is a high-performance penetrating sealer that fills micro-pores in the tile and grout, protecting the surfaces from staining and returning gloss to glazed ceramic.  Click here for DIRECTIONS.

Protecting the grout:

Eclipse Ceramic Grout Sealer is a penetrating sealer that protects against discoloration from water and oil-based liquids.  Click here for DIRECTIONS.

Daily Cleaning:

Eclipse Ceramic Daily Cleaner removes soil and dirt without degrading the grout sealer. Daily dust mopping and cleaning with this neutral cleaner will help minimize scratches, wear patterns and soiling.  Click here for DIRECTIONS.

Slip Protection:

Eclipse Anti-Slip Treatment micro-etches a fine texture into the ceramic surface to create additional surface friction in moist areas without changing the floor color or appearance.  Click here for DIRECTIONS.

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