Yes, baking soda cleans and shines tiles: here how to use it

 

2. Clay Stone: Nature's Stain Remover


Clay stone is free from harmful chemicals and works wonders on tile joints. Just scrub the joints with a damp sponge dipped in clay and rinse. The difference will amaze you.


3. Meudon White: The Eco-Friendly Choice


Made from calcium carbonate, Meudon white is a must-have for green cleaning. Mix 100 grams of this fine white powder with water to form a paste. Apply to the joints, wait for an hour, then scrub and rinse.


4. Black Soap: Versatility at Its Best


Black soap is a household multitasker. Apply it to tile joints with a damp brush, scrub, and rinse with lukewarm water for a thorough clean.


5. Baking Soda: The Gentle Powerhouse


Baking soda can whiten and remove stains gently. Spray the joints with ½ glass of white vinegar, wait, then sprinkle four tablespoons of baking soda. After 10 minutes, scrub and rinse.


These natural methods not only clean effectively but also preserve the integrity of your tiles, making them ideal for regular use. Say goodbye to dull joints and hello to a refreshed, clean look!