Ceramic Tile and Grout Cleaner
Author/Submitted by: Cheaper and Better,
Shared by Sherilyn Schamber
Ammonia (sudsing or non)
-----FOR HEAVILY SOILED AREAS-----
CERAMIC TILE & GROUT CLEANER
Pour baking soda into a clean gallon size plastic jug. Add ammonia, vinegar, and warm water to fill. Swish jug to mix before it is completely full. Cover tightly, label, and keep out of the reach of children. Smaller pump-type containers can be filled from the jug for small jobs--make sure these containers are labeled and kept away from children.
To Use: Spray directly onto tile and wipe with damp sponge or scrubbing pad for Teflon.
Hint: If tiles or grout are especially soiled, make a paste of baking soda and CTGC. Brush onto stains with an old toothbrush. Let remain 5 minutes, then scrub off and rinse.
** Safely removes soap film that forms on tile surfaces and between tiles. A more concentrated paste of the cleaner can be made and left to clean stubborn stains on the grout.
Contains ammonia. DO NOT MIX WITH ANYTHING IN THE BATHROOM CONTAINING BLEACH OR DANGEROUS FUMES COULD RESULT. 1 gal.