QUESTIONWhat type of cleaning chemical to use to clean patches on polish floor tiles ? These patches were caused by using magic pad.
ANSWER - The method you use to re-polish a tile surface depends on what kind of tile you have. You can't use a chemical by itself to polish a tile.
If you have a polished stone that has a scratched or smudge spot, to re-polish it depends on the type of stone it is. Marbles or other types of stone require a different method of polishing than like granite. You have to use an abrasive diamond polish pad with several different levels of grit. It is like sandpaper. First you use a more abrasive grit e.g. 80 and then work yourself up to 1000 grit; more or less; depending on the type of stone you are using. There are compounds that they will use with the polishing in addition to water, like oxalic acid (H2C2O4). To avoid doing damage to your stone, it is better to hire an experienced professional stone restoration company to do the repair.
It is possible that if you have a granite countertop that the smudge is the result of a sealer enhancer that some stone producers use to enhance the color of the stone. In this case, you need to re-treat that spot and polish it. Again, to avoid doing damage to your stone, it is better to hire an experienced professional stone restoration company to do the repair.
If you have a polished porcelain tile, then you have to re-polish it like you would if it were a natural granite because it is such a dense material.
If you have a glazed ceramic tile, then you can't polish it. If you have damaged the glaze, there isn't much you can do other than replace that tile.