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GGCL Guide: How to clean ceramic wall tiles in bathroom

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GGCL Guide: How to clean ceramic wall tiles in bathroom

The bathroom tiles are daily subjected to dirt, acids and chemicals from soap, shampoo and other bathing products. In addition to that, the flow of hard water on the surface of ceramic tile installed in the bathroom creates a layer of salt and alkaline. This layer makes the tiles lose their texture and makes them quite slippery. Also the dirt and invisible dead skin cells accumulated on the edges and nooks and crannies of the tiles make them look ugly. These factors make it immensely important to clean the ceramic tiles installed in your bathroom.

 

Whenever you are cleaning the ceramic tiles in your bathroom, it is a good idea to run hot shower for 10 minutes before. This would open up the pores and help in deep and effective cleansing. Lemon and vinegar are the most easily accessible household tile cleaners. Make a mixture of lemon or white vinegar in water. Fill this mixture in spray bottle and spritz it on the tiles and wipe it off with clean damp cloth. Alternatively, you can soak one piece of clean cloth in the solution and use it to wipe the tiles. Remember to rinse off the tiles after cleaning them. It is recommended to use baking soda or bicarbonate soda to cleanse off those stubborn stains. Just sprinkle the baking soda powder on the tiles and wipe it off with a damp cloth soaked in lemon juice or white vinegar. Finish the process by rinsing of the tiles with warm water.

 

The ceramic bathroom floor tiles and shower tiles can be cleaned similarly. You can use either of the clean method i.e. cleaning by using lemon or white vinegar solution or cleaning by using baking soda. We would recommend leaving your floor tiles until last otherwise you would have to clean off the dirt fallen from cleaning the wall tiles again.

Source: https://www.ggcl.in/blog/10-GGCL-Guide:-How-to-clean-ceramic-wall-tiles-in-bathroom

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