Bathroom wall tiles – Wall tiles allow a decorative and protective surface in the bathrooms. However, due to the high relative humidity or humidity that is normally present, tiles are subject to mold growth. They are also candidates for hard water buildup and soap scum. Mortar, the filling between wall tiles, is also likely to collect dirt and develop stains. Cleaning the tile requires several chemical products or solutions. Each solution addresses the different types of tile contamination.
Make sure the bathing area is well ventilated. Open the windows and doors. Turn on air extractors or an air conditioner to circulate the air. Spray the bathroom with a kitchen and bathroom cleaner. This is a versatile cleaner with all-in-one cleaning attributes. Clean the mosaic tiles on the wall. Clean the tiles with a soft, circular motion with a sponge or brush. Wear gloves to avoid undesirable skin reactions. Rinse the pieces with warm water and a sponge.
Spray the shape areas with bleach. Mix bleach and hot water evenly in a spray bottle. Be careful when working with bleach as it releases toxic gases. Scrub the mold areas with a brush or sponge. Use a circular motion. Rinse the glass mosaic tiles on the wall with hot water. Mortar clean the wall with a vinegar solution. Mix together 1/4 cup of vinegar, 1/3 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup of baking soda, and 7 cups of water.