Metal flooring runs the gamut from sleek stainless steel tiles to industrial-type grated floors. Steel is frequently used for open staircases because of its structural superiority. In addition, metallic composite materials have evolved into tiles that look just like steel, bronze, and other metals. They are primarily used as accents to other flooring materials, such as wood, ceramic, or stone. Because metals typically contain recycled products, they are considered environmentally friendly.
Cleaning a metal floor calls for sweeping with a soft-bristled broom or dust-mopping to remove any loose particles, then damp-mopping with a nonabrasive pH-neutral cleaner.