If your kitchen or washroom is decorated with ceramic tiles, then chances are you're going to get grease on them. It may be cooking grease, or grease from an item that someone left on your countertops. No matter where the grease comes from, you are going to want to remove it as soon as possible. Removing grease from ceramic tiles is an easy process that takes only a few items that you most likely already have in your home.
Wad a few paper towels into the palm of your hand and remove any large pieces of grease from the ceramic tiles. Place the paper towel at one end of the tile and pull toward you. Continue to do this until you have removed any large pieces of grease.
Add a cup of vinegar into your squirt bottle. You may need more or less depending on the amount and size of the ceramic tiles you are cleaning.
Spray the vinegar directly onto your ceramic tiles and allow to sit for a few minutes.
Wipe away the grease with your sponge. You may need to rinse your sponge after each pass, to make sure that you keep your sponge clean.
Squirt the vinegar directly onto your ceramic tiles once more after the grease is removed and wipe away. This will leave a nice shine on your ceramic tiles.