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The reddish-brown hues of terracotta floor tiles can be a gorgeous part of any room, especially if you're a fan of the rich and rustic home aesthetic. Instead, an easy and affordable paint job can bring a new breath of life into old tiles.

Start by sweeping or vacuuming away any material, such as dust, pet hair and lint.

Then, use a soft mop and a solution of warm water and dish soap to clean the tiles more thoroughly. If you think your tiles are full of a little extra grime, you can also use a cleaning product with trisodium phosphate, or TSP. If moisture gets trapped under the layers of paint, it can lead to outbreaks of mold and unwanted bacteria growth.

Once you've applied your primer and let it dry, you're ready to paint your floor tiles with the color you desire. It's a popular option for terracotta flooring because it has a thick consistency that works well against the porous tiles.

No matter the color and finish option you decide, choose a latex paint. It's important to protect terracotta with a water-based sealant to keep paint looking fresh and minimize scratches and other damage.

After allowing the sealant to dry for at least 24 hours, begin to enjoy life on your old floors that will look brand new.

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