Bathroom Tile Cleaner That Gives You Sparkling Results

Knowing what type of bathroom tile cleaner to use on the different types of tile and different types of tile problems is often confusing for people.

Cleaning a bathroom, including the bathroom tiles, is a household task that most people dislike. Because of this, they do not clean the bathroom often enough and the dirt and grime build up, which makes the job of cleaning it even more difficult when the time finally arrives.

Most of us can tolerate a little dust occasionally, but when it comes to the bathroom, everyone dislikes going into that room and feeling like it is not clean and fresh.

It can be embarrassing to have company drop in and instead of enjoying yourself, you worry about someone wanting to use the washroom and noticing your stained, marked tile floor. Its time to get organized, learn some cleaning tips and also what bathroom tile cleaner to use so you have a bathroom that shines and looks fabulous.

Start by gathering all your bathroom cleaning supplies. Put them in a large bucket or on a shelf for easy access whenever you clean. Make sure you store them in a place that is child and pet safe.

Remove the rugs and garbage pails, so you do not have to work around anything. Sweep your tile floor before you start to clean the bathroom so if water drips on it you do not end up with a muddy floor. Clean everything in your bathroom except the tile floor and the shower and shower floor or bathtub walls and bathtub.

Always work in a well-ventilated area and wear rubber gloves when cleaning. Here are a few great bathroom tile cleaner products that are inexpensive to make, easy to use and work great for bathtub, shower and sinks.

  • Combine one cup of clean ammonia, a quarter cup of baking soda, a half-cup of white vinegar and a gallon of warm water. Apply the cleaning solution, let it sit for a few minutes to dissolve the dirt and grit and then wipe off and rinse.

  • In a gallon of warm water mix, a half cut of vinegar, one cup of ammonia and a cup of baking soda. Use a mop to clean the tile floor with this mixture. In the bathtub, sponge on or spray, leave it sit for a few minutes and rinse off.

If you have a grout problem, use an old toothbrush or grout brush and scrub with a solution of five parts water to one part liquid chlorine bleach. Let it sit for a few minutes and rinse with warm water. Repeat if necessary.

Using a great bathroom tile cleaner and cleaning a little more often, will have your bathroom clean and sparkling all the time.

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