Gritty Ceramic Shower Floor After Scrubbing?

pbx2_gwJune 27, 2013

We've been in our new build for 2 months & we finally started cleaning our master shower ceramic floor.
It wasn't dirty or had mold or mildew but just regular upkeep.

Just used Bubble Scrub foam, scrubber & some light elbow muscle.

Rinsed & walked away. Next time in, noticed a gritty feeling under our feet & some light dust particle in areas where the water didn't pushed it away.

Is this normal?

Would scrubbing ceramic tiles cause flaking of either the tiles or grout?

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It should not. You may have some grout coming out due to the cleaning. I don't know and can't see it from here....

Pictures would help.

    Bookmark   June 28, 2013 at 3:51PM
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