Ways To Clean Your Bathroom Shower Tiles
Maintaining a clean bathroom shower tiles requires following a regular cleaning schedule, especially in a household with a large family. Mold, mildew, rust, lime and soap scum can make cleaning your shower tiles a challenge, but with the right products and some dedication, you can have your shower tiles sparkling clean in no time. Here are some ways to cleaning your bathroom shower tiles. Gather the items; hang gloves, scrubbing brush, spray bottle, vinegar, bucket, warm water, dishwashing detergent, lemon oil, baking soda, and cleaning towels. Once you have all these items ready, go to the next step. First we try the old-fashioned method. In a small bucket, mix warm water with ¼ cup of dishwashing detergent; mix it properly. Wear hand gloves, dip scrubbing brush in this mix, and start scrubbing the tiles properly. Once you have scrubbed everywhere, let the tiles dry completely. After this time, use more hot water to rinse the shower tiles and wipe with cleaning rags.
If there is mildew on the shower tiles, make a mix of baking soda and vinegar. Use a sponge or scrubbing brush to remove mildew and soap scum off the tiles.
Leave the mixture to dry completely and then use warm water to rinse the tiles. Wipe the tiles clean with rags. If you often find soap scum in the shower, then spray shower wall tiles with lemon oil. This will prevent soap scum from sticking to the tiles. Also, don’t apply the oil on the bottom of the shower as it might make the floor slippery.