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

 


Tiles in bathrooms, bathtubs, and kitchens can lose their sparkle over time, often darkened by excess humidity. While chemical cleaners are an option, natural household products can be just as effective and are safer for your tiles and the environment. Here are five natural methods to rejuvenate your tile joints, whether they're made of ceramic, earthenware, sandstone, marble, or cement.

1. White Vinegar: The All-Purpose Cleaner

White vinegar isn't just for cooking; it's a powerful cleaning agent too. For tile joints, heat some white vinegar, dip an old toothbrush in it, and scrub away. Rinse with clean water for sparkling results.

2. Clay Stone: Nature's Stain Remover


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