Clean Bathroom Tiles
With it’s humid, moist environment, your bathroom is the perfect breeding ground for mould and mildew. It can grow quickly on shower surfaces, and once it’s there, it’s hard to get rid of. Many people immediately think to use a chlorine-based bleach for disinfecting their bathroom tiles, and while it will get the job done, it can also expose you and your family to harmful chemicals. Hydrogen Peroxide 6% - Oxygen PlusTM is a safe, non-toxic alternative to bleach and other chemical-laden cleaners, containing no chlorine, alcohols, acids, or other dangerous chemical additives. It also kills bacteria, viruses, mould spores, yeast, and fungi to help keep your bathroom safe and shiny. Think of it as your bathroom tile cleaner secret weapon.
Simply follow these steps:
Make a paste using 250 ml of baking soda and 15-20 ml tablespoons of Hydrogen Peroxide 3% – Oxygen PlusTM.
Wait until the bubbles subside.
Scrub the surface of your tiles with the mixture and rinse.
In addition to killing off any harmful microorganisms, hydrogen peroxide is an all-star when it comes to removing water streaks or soap scum. When it comes to the tiled walls in your bathroom, the tendency for water droplets to sit and air dry makes water spots and dried streaks unavoidable. Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen PlusTM is the perfect solution for keeping water deposits on tiled surfaces under control. Combined with its ability to brighten surfaces, this naturally-derived solution will have your shower looking as sparkly as new.
Hydrogen peroxide is a safe alternative to commercial cleaners, both for those using it and the environment. While it may look like plain ol’ water, don’t underestimate it’s cleaning power. A 6% hydrogen peroxide solution is strong enough for even difficult bathroom tile cleaning jobs. Whether it’s built-up soap scum or a more ominous problem such as mould or mildew, hydrogen peroxide will get the job done. After cleaning with Hydrogen Peroxide 6% - Oxygen PlusTM, your next shower will be heavenly—guaranteed.