Ever wonder if the way you’re cleaning your bathroom tiles is the “right” or “best” way? I have. If you’re like me, you usually just get the cheapest universal cleaner from the store and use it for everything in the bathroom. However, I recently found a couple other solutions that work even better and that you can make at home:
The simplest recipe for making your own cleaning solution for tiles is to dilute a mixture of vinegar and baking soda in water. Put this solution into an empty spray bottle. The vinegar acts as a degreaser, while the baking soda scours the surface and eliminates odours.
And if you need something stronger:
A more powerful homemade concoction involves a paste of bleach and bicarbonate of soda. Bleach functions as a disinfectant and will whiten your tiles and grout back to their original tone, but can give off some very nasty gases.
Found at Cleanipedia.com.
Check back for more Bathroom FAQ’s as we continue to collect information to create the ultimate Bathroom Homeowner’s Guides.