How to Clean Tile in Your Bathroom

How to Clean Tile in Your Bathroom

Tile cleaning can be a pain. It’s hard to get into the nooks and crannies, and even harder to get the grout looking spiffy again.

Fortunately, there are a few simple tricks that will help you make your tiles look brand new—even if they’ve been stained or discolored by years of use. Here are some tips for cleaning tile in your bathroom:

Wash the walls with a mild soap and water mixture. Use a sponge or mop to scrub the walls down until they’re clean. This will remove any dirt, dust, and grime that may have accumulated over time. You’ll want to do this once per week to keep your bathroom looking fresh.

Clean grout lines with baking soda and vinegar. Mix equal parts of baking soda and vinegar together into a paste-like consistency, then apply it directly onto the grout line with an old toothbrush (or something similar). Let it sit for five minutes before scrubbing it off again with warm water; this should remove any lingering stains from previous cleanings. Do this once per month if possible! Use a toothbrush or scrubbing brush to get into all those little nooks and crannies!

Clean tile floors with bleach solution made up of two parts water and one part bleach; rinse thoroughly afterwards so as not to leave any residue on the floor. 

We know, we know. You’ve got a million things to do at the moment and you don’t have time to clean your bathroom tile. But we’re here to tell you: it’s worth it.

Cleaning your bathroom tile is one of those tasks that tends to get pushed to the bottom of the list, but the truth is that when you take the time to do it, it can make a huge difference in how your bathroom looks and feels.