To ensure a thorough clean, run the shower on a high temperature for a while before you begin cleaning, as this will work in the same way as the steamer to open ceramic pores, making the surface easier to clean.
Once your tiles have been scrubbed down, you might be wondering how to clean tile grout. A separate tile grout cleaner isn’t usually necessary, but you might have to use a stiff brush, such as an old toothbrush, to loosen any stubborn dirt in the grouting before you wipe it away. Just make sure you thoroughly rinse any area you clean with clean water afterwards so that no harsh chemicals are left behind, as these can damage delicate ceramic surfaces if left on too long. Similarly, it’s best to refrain from using some common household products, such as bleach and vinegar, for tile and grout cleaning – these can eat away at the grout if not carefully rinsed out with water.
If any stains persist, you can mix a paste with baking soda and water, rub it on the surface of the tiles and leave it on for an hour to get your bathroom tiles cleaner. Rinse the tiles with warm water to get rid of any residue and you’re done!
With these simple tips, your bathroom tiles will shine again – what more could you want?