Maintaining the house neat and clean is quite challenging, but undoubtedly the most challenging part is to keep the bathroom perfectly clean.
In order to clean the bathroom and make it flawless, people are utilizing various chemical-laden commercial cleaners. Well, instead of potentially harmful products which are loaded with chemicals, nature offers us various ingredients that can provide you the same effect.
So, which option you choose: product that is abundant with toxins and may cause harm to your health and health of your family or natural solution which is much safer? Below we are going to preset you cheaper and much more effective than the store-bought cleaners. You can prepare it in your own home.
Removing the tile grout is the most difficult part of the cleansing process of any bathroom or kitchen. Below we are presenting you remarkable natural solution for this issue. This is recipe for completely natural homemade grout cleaner that can do wonders when it comes to cleaning the tiles.
For the preparation of this homemade cleaner you will need cheap and easy available products, which you probably already have in your kitchen cabinet.
The combination of baking soda, lemon juice and alcohol vinegar is incredibly efficient and will help you get rid of the grout between your tiles.
- ½ cup baking soda
- ½ cup white vinegar
- ½ cup lemon juice
- 5 liters water
First mix well the water and baking soda and then add lemon juice. Stir mildly, and after that add white vinegar slowly. It is important to highlight that foaming can happen as it is chemical reaction during the mixing process. Make sure to let everything settle down well until sparkling stops. Then, store the resulted mixture in a bottle for easier use.
Spray or pour the mix gently on dirty tiles and grouts. Leave the liquid to act for 30 minutes to 1 hour. Take bath sponge or some rougher towel and carefully brush and scrub the dirt completely. Finally, rinse the area with water and that’s it!
This certainly is the easier and healthier option for cleaning the tiles!