It's a semi-white haze left on the surface of tile after grouting. Even if you have diligently wiped down the surface with a wet sponge, haze will remain and will not come off until you take special measures; it will not come off through normal floor cleaning methods.
Residual grout haze is a normal part of tiling. Because grouting involves smearing grout across the tile with a rubber float, the tile is covered with grout at some point during tiling.
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The grout lines in bathrooms can be a tricky and annoying conundrum. The majority of the bathroom is made out of the tiles and not the grout. The grout simply seals the bathroom tiles together yet it seems to be that it is the place that gets the filthiest of all in the bathroom. The bathroom tile grout seems to get filthy in a sneaky way as well. It will seem to be clean for weeks on end and then suddenly one day it bursts into green, black and brown streaks notifying us that it must be cleaned in order to avoid a grimy attack of mold.