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How to Clean Bathroom Tiles with an Electric Cleaning Brush?

Tiles are an essential building material used in modern home decoration. Almost every household chooses tiles to decorate their floors and walls. No matter how good the quality of the tiles, stains will appear on the surface of the tiles over time. Some stains are also troublesome to clean, especially in the bathroom. There is no way to clean them without the correct method and tools.

When bathrooms are wet for long periods, yellow, hard-to-clean stains can form on the surface of the tiles. These stains can be more challenging to clean if they collect over time. You will learn how to clean bathroom tiles by reading the following information.

cleaning bathroom tiles

Things to prepare:

1. dishwashing liquid, white vinegar, detergent

Home-made detergents are both economical and suitable. For example, a detergent mixture and white vinegar in the right proportions have a strong cleaning effect.

2. Spatula, wire ball

Used when the dirt on the surface of the tiles is too thick and too difficult to clean.

3. Electric cleaning brush

Tilswall electric cleaning brushes are equipped with various brush heads to meet the cleaning needs of different scenarios.

Stiff, flat brushes for large areas; small flat brushes for smaller areas; rounded brushes with 360° cleaning effect for all uneven or curved surfaces; pointed brushes for all corners, crevices, and hard-to-reach areas.

The electric cleaning brush is a great helper to have for cleaning tiles.

4. Wiping cloth

After cleaning the tiles, a rag can wipe away the moisture.

Tips for cleaning bathroom tiles

1. Cleaning for everyday stains

If it is just a general daily cleaning, the detergent is enough. For extensive area cleaning, you can use the Tilswall cleaning brush with a stiff, flat brush.

Tilswall electric cleaning brush M1


If there are pollutants such as tea, coffee, and grease on the surface of the tiles, spray with bleach, soak for 20-30 minutes and then scrub with a small flat brush. Some stains that have penetrated the tiles for a more extended period may take several hours to soak.

Use detergent, soap, washing powder, and warm water for more stubborn stains. Pour over the stain and use a pointed brush to clean it.

2. Cleaning tile crevices

Mix water, detergent, and white vinegar in a ratio of 4:2:1 and put in a spray bottle. Sprinkle the baking soda over the floor tile crevices, spray the cleaner and soak for 3 minutes. After 3 minutes, brush with the pointed end of an electric cleaning brush and wipe clean with a towel, and the dirt is gone. This cleaner is also suitable for kitchen hobs and greasy dead spots.

3. Clean oil stains

Oil stains on bathroom walls can easily clump together and are more difficult to clean. If the grease on the tiles is too thick, use a spatula and then scrub with a wire ball. After thinning out the stain, use a cleaner with acidic or dissolving ingredients to clean it.

Anti-grease measures for tiled walls: stick an anti-grease sticker on heavily oiled tiles. Alternatively, apply a seam sealer to the seams of the tiles, which is both aesthetically pleasing and resistant to oil stains.

4. Clean soap scum

For soap scum, build-up on bathroom walls, rinse with hot water to partially dissolve the soap scum, then use a brush to wipe it off gently.

The stains left by the soap can be avoided. The soap scum needs to be wiped out of the walls promptly after the usual shower. In addition, you can apply a layer of antifouling agent on the tiles at the corners of the bathroom, which can effectively avoid soap scum.

5. Clean rust

The tile wall behind the water pipes and faucets in your home is prone to a layer of rust, which is unsightly and unattractive. You can use a 2% oxalic acid solution to remove it by washing it and then wiping it off with water. You can also use 3-4 vitamin C tablets crushed into a powder and sprinkled on the surface of the tiles, then scrubbed with water several times to remove the rust stains.

For tiles behind water pipes prone to rust, you can use a rust inhibitor or a professional rust remover to prevent rusting. In addition, parts of the tiles can also be polished, laminated, coated with grease and rust-proof oil to prevent rust stains.

Tile daily maintenance skills

1. Daily cleaning does not destroy its glaze. Clean with more water bubbles. Use a soft brush to scrub gently. Steel wire balls, the challenging class, must not be used. After cleaning, do ensure that you immediately wipe dry, do not leave water stains to play a good protective role.

2. For the more expensive tiles to be waxed regularly, such as polished tiles, recommended 2 to 3 months to be waxed.

3. The use of corner protection strips to protect the tile's Yang corner.
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