Neutral Tile And Grout Cleaner
Both tile and natural stone should be mopped using a soft, dry mop. You can use a vacuum, but make sure it has a "Hard Floor" mode that does not use a rotating brush.
Once a week or so, mop the floors with a damp mop using a detergent formulated for stone or tile. The manufacturer or dealer will have a recommendation for you.
To keep dirt and dust off the floors, place mats by each entryway. You may also want to encourage those in your household to wear slippers or just socks indoors. Keep the mats clean by vacuuming them, shaking them or laundering them if possible.
Do not use abrasive cleaners such as liquid soft scrub type cleaners. They can scratch and dull the surface of tile or natural stone flooring. Cleaners containing acids, such as lemon cleaners or vinegar, should also be avoided. The acid can harm the sealer on stone flooring or stain the grout on tile flooring.