Maintain a Routine Cleaning:
Routine cleaning and maintenance of toilet tiles help hold their attribute sheen. If you clean it on a regular or weekly basis, then toilet tiles can’t lose its shine. For a routine cleaning, you can mop or sponge your tiles with two or three spoons of regular cleanser blended into a gallon of warm water.
For brought shine, wipe or rub with a microfiber cloth to dry the area and a shiny finish. For shower and other filthy parts, keep this cleanser mixed into a spray bottle.
Spray those particular areas and wait more than fifteen minutes so that it can set. Then gently wipe those specific areas with a damp sponge to bring back brightness to your tiles.
Natural Cleaning Process:
Vinegar and Baking soda both can be use for a variety of cleaning purposes. However, you can also clean your bathroom tiles with baking soda and vinegar. Sprinkle baking soda generously over tiles and brush off immediately for better cleaning experience.
You can make a mixture of half cup vinegar with half cup ammonia and one-third of borate detergent; blend the mixture with a gallon of warm water for heavily soiled areas.
While using those cleaning solution try to wear gloves as those combinations can be harmful to your skin.
Tiles seem worst if there is scruffy grout on it. You can clean stained grout by a natural paste made by tartar cream and lemon juice. First, spot the particular place then apply the past with an old toothbrush.
Then wipe the area with a damp sponge. If the area is larger than using a soft brush but try not to make a scratch or dull the surface. A solution of warm water, salt, and baking soda can also be useful for cleaning tiles.
You can remove grout completely but be careful otherwise you can make your tiles look dull or put scratches.
Hard Water Stains:
Hard water makes tiles unclear by water deposits and soap scum. You can find hard water stain remover in supermarkets, or you can purchase them from online.
Those solutions are useful for removed and clean the effect of hard water. But as they use so many chemicals, so those are a bit harmful if you have a child or pet in your home.
You can directly spray warm vinegar in those particular areas and leave for about half an hour and more to set then gently wipe with a damp sponge. This can help you to avoid poisonous chemicals.
For Deep Shining:
For a heavy duty shine on bathroom tiles, you just apply a homemade natural trick. You can spray furniture polish or lemon oil over tiles and rub the tiles with a soft microfiber cloth.
After removing furniture polish, you can see the tiles are shining. But do not apply furniture polish or lemon oil on shower or tub floors as these areas come to be perilously slick with its applications.