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If you have a ceramic tile shower, it’s important to keep your tiles clean and free from mold, mildew, and stains so they look beautiful and remain sanitary. In addition, it’s essential to seal the grout regularly. This will help protect the tiles from absorbing stains and dirt, which could cause damage to the surface over time. (For tub reglazing, contact us today!)

Depending on the type of tile, cleaning the bathroom may involve a variety of tools and solutions. It’s always important to check the finish of a tile to make sure it will be safe for the cleaner you choose to use. 

Cement tiles, glass tiles, and natural stone tiles don’t tolerate acidic cleaners well, so they should be avoided altogether when cleaning them. Instead, use a gentle spray-on cleaner or a soap-free cleanser. 

Grout can be tricky to clean, so make sure you have the right tools and supplies for the job. You’ll also need to scrub the grout thoroughly and dry it off properly afterward. 

You can also use baking soda to get rid of stains on your tiles and grout. Mix equal parts of baking soda and hydrogen peroxide in a bowl or spray the mixture onto the scum-covered area. 

Once you’ve scrubbed the scum and dirt away, you’ll want to rinse off the tiles with plenty of water. This will help to remove any residue that’s been left behind from the cleaner. 

If you find that the scum is still difficult to remove, try using bleach to get rid of the grime. Just be sure to wear rubber gloves and only use a small amount of bleach in hot water, as this can damage the tiles permanently. 

Another way to get rid of soap scum is to apply a solution of vinegar and water to the affected areas. Let the mixture sit for 5-10 minutes to loosen up the scum and then wipe it off with a cloth. 

You may also need to squeegee the tiles to remove the remaining scum and dirt. This will make it easier for you to get the surface of your shower squeaky clean and free from any stains. 

How To Clean Your Ceramic Tile Shower?

The best way to keep your ceramic tile shower clean and looking great is to follow these easy steps regularly: 

Step 1:

Begin by sweeping the walls and floor of the bathroom to remove any debris, dust, or grit that might be hanging around. This will prevent accumulating dirt, and it will also slow down the growth of mold, mildew, or other bacteria on your tiled surfaces. 

Step 2: Scrub and Rinse

After scrubbing, be sure to rinse the entire shower with water. This will remove any dirt, soap scum, or debris that was stuck to the shower walls and floor. It will also keep the grout clean and shiny. 

Step 3: Apply a Cleaner

Once the scum and dirt have been scrubbed off, apply a cleaner to the shower and allow it to soak into the tiles for about 5 minutes. You can also use a mild liquid detergent or a diluted vinegar solution.