5 Effective Tips & Tricks To Clean Kitchen Tiles Properly
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The kitchen is the most functional part of a house. With a kitchen, it is easier for people in the house to sustain. It is not just used for cooking food but it is also a storehouse of most of the food items available in the house. Because of being overburdened, the kitchen likely gets more dirty as compared to other parts of the house. 

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This is why it is recommended to clean the kitchen from time to time to avoid the accumulation of a lot of gunk and dirt. A part of the kitchen that is often ignored is the kitchen tiles. The tiles get stained because of spilt food or dirty hands touching the walls by mistake. The good part about tiles is that they can be cleaned without worrying about stains. Here are some tips and tricks for people who want to clean their kitchen tiles.

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* Lemon

Lemon is a great cleaning ingredient that is used as a natural cleaner and also eradicates foul smells instantly. A great way to make kitchen tiles shine and squeaky clean is by simply rubbing a fresh lemon on the top of kitchen tiles specifically, the problem area where there are multiple teams. Lemon will help in taking off these stains very easily and keep the tiles shiny. To make a solution from lemon juice, one can take a little bit of water and mix it with some lemon juice. In this mixture, one may also add baking soda to make the solution more potent and effective. Simply put this solution in a spray bottle and then spread it while simultaneously rubbing the tiles with a scrubber. 

* Ammonia

Ammonia is a very famous ingredient that is used in the bleaching and cleaning industry. It is so powerful that it can easily wipe off even the most stubborn stains that accumulate because of vegetable oils or cooking grease. If one wants to use ammonia for cleaning the kitchen walls, then they have to take at least 7 cups of water and add 1 cup of household and diluted ammonia to this solution. Also, add 1 cup of baking soda to the solution and make everything properly. This solution can be applied to the area that has to be cleaned and one can wipe off the stains with the help of a scrubber. 

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* Bleach 

Bleach is a common ingredient, especially in Indian households. Not only is it helpful in eradicating stains from the walls, but also kills bacteria as well as germs from the kitchen. If a person is facing a problem of bad odour in the kitchen, then using some bleach powder can instantly solve this problem. The solution of bleach for cleaning the kitchen tiles is made by mixing bleach powder with water to make a thick solution. In this solution, one has to add toothpaste. Mix all of this very well and then apply it wherever one requires instant cleaning. Just let it sit there for at least 10 to 15 minutes and then wipe it off with some water and a damp sponge.

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* Vinegar 

Just like lemon juice, vinegar is also a great ingredient that can instantly clean the kitchen tiles without much effort. Vinegar is also a great source of disinfectant and can be applied on kitchen tiles during monsoon when the susceptibility of bacterial growth is very high. To make a vinegar solution, one has to mix six parts of vinegar with two parts of water. Mix these two ingredients properly and transfer them into a spray bottle. After transferring it into the spray bottle, sprinkle the mixture in different parts of the kitchen, especially tiles. Let the mixture sit there for at least 15 minutes before wiping everything off with some water.

* Baking Soda

Baking soda is the most famous DIY ingredient on the internet as it is used for a variety of purposes. But out of all these purposes, cleaning stands out the most. Baking soda is a very mild cleanser but effectively vanishes all the stains and accumulated food that might be present on the walls of the kitchen. It also instantly purifies the tile and eliminates bad odour. The baking soda solution is made by mixing 5 tablespoons of water with 2 tablespoons of baking soda. One can also add a little bit of salt to the solution and make a fine paste out of it. Now apply the paste on the tiles and let it sit there for at least 30 minutes before washing it with regular water.