Cleaning Tiles Effectively

Cleaning Tiles Effectively

Having tiled rooms, toilets or bathrooms that are dirty is indeed a disgusting sight. In addition to making your home look unkempt, it can also cause mould and mildew growth which makes your home’s condition unhealthy. Floor cleaners that are sold in various stores are indeed a quick solution to eradicate the dirt that is scraping on the tiles in your home. But if you want to have clean and shiny tile without a hassle then you need to use Tile Cleaning Northern Beaches service. However, there are effective ways to clean tiles naturally without using chemicals that can damage your skin.

Baking soda becomes one of the ingredients that we often encounter in the kitchen. If you want to use it, you only need to dip a cloth or sponge in a bowl of baking soda and then rub it on the tile until it’s clean. Then you need to rinse using warm water. Lemon juice is also great for cleaning. Besides being consumed, lemon juice is also commonly used by women as a face mask that can remove blemishes on the skin and dark spots. It turns out that this step is also used to clean stains on the tiles, you know. Because lemons have acid from nature, making tiles is not easy to mould. Just like lemon juice, vinegar has also become one of the most popular natural cleansers because it has been proven effective in cleaning stains on tiles. You only need to mix the white vinegar and water into the spray bottle. Then spray the liquid into a dirty surface and leave it for several minutes before you start rubbing it. To get rid of crusty stains, you can combine it with baking soda.

The salt that we often see in the kitchen can make the tiles in your house clean. Prepare a sponge and a wet cloth while sprinkling salt on a dirty tile, leave it for a few minutes before rubbing and leave it for the night and then you clean the next day. When you can’t get a floor cleaner at a store, you can use hydrogen peroxide to clean stubborn stains on the tiles.
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