Abrasives such as scouring pads as well as some brooms scrape tile flooring. Gentle broom bristles, such as people made of rubber or nylon, are non-abrasive and bend enough to avoid scratched tile.
Tile Floor Sweeping
Pick up particles such as gravel which might have been tracked onto the tile floor before sweeping to help avoid scratches on the floor. Sweep the floor using a soft-bristled broom in the direction of the tile. If the tile is textured, sweep it on the diagonal to pick up small particles which might have been missed on the first move. Avoid having a straw broom or stiff-bristled broom, as their stiff fragile fibers may scratch the coat on the tile. For a large tiled area such as a garage or workshop, a soft-bristled push broom sweeps upward fine particles such as sawdust quickly, because the broom head is a good deal bigger than on a standard household broom. A tooth that is dry, such as the kind with a microfiber pad or static pad on the bottom, might be utilized as an alternative to your broom to get pickup of dust or pet hair on family tile floors