Yes, vinegar can clean tile joints: here’s how to use it (Page 2 ) | January 13, 2024

Home tip for effectively cleaning your tile joints:

If you’re tired of the buildup of residue, oil, and other pollutants on your tile grouts, this vinegar-based concoction is the perfect solution.


You will need:

– Half a liter of warm or hot water
– Half a liter of cider or white vinegar
– A spray bottle
– A toothbrush or nylon brush
– A microfiber cloth

First start by mixing the water and vinegar well then pour the preparation into a spray bottle. Generously spray the tile joints while scrubbing with the brush. Then rinse these areas with water before drying everything with the cloth. You can also do the same thing for the surface of the tiles .


Next: Here’s how to quickly disinfect your washing machine tub and get rid of those annoying black mold stains.

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