The modern era brought us an amazing turn when it comes to lifestyle – new groups of people emerging in every corner of the world with new ideas and ideologies to go along with them. Some good, some amazing, and some without any sense to the extent it almost hurts. It is quite a paradox – a good one, though – that the more we use machines and chemicals, the more we want to go back to our roots and stick to the natural options. Shortly – to go back to nature. Long gone are the times when we figured out that freon is not the best option to cool your food down with, and that oil stains actually can harm the wildlife when floating freely in ocean water instead of a cargo ship barrel. Not so long ago, people started digging out their great grandmas’ recipes in order to get an idea what was used for household cleaning back at the time. The idea is, the more raw and natural, the better and healthier. Most of these use ingredients that you already have in your kitchen or can easily buy in the nearest store. Another massive plus, which is the main reason for some people to turn to DIY cleaning, is that these can actually save you a ton of money. So, add budget friendly to that list as well!
Keep on reading if you are interested in making a natural, homemade household cleaning agent, as DIY style as it gets.
A very common ingredient you will often find in instructions of this type is baking soda. That’s why we’re going to teach you how to clean tile gaps using baking soda today. It is very easy to get hold of this ingredient and it’s also inexpensive.
You will need ½ cup of baking soda, ¼ cup of hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap of your choice. All you have to do is mix up the ingredients into a small container. If it has a squeeze- top, even better, it will be easier to apply it. Squeeze the mixture onto the tiles and tile gaps and leave it on for roughly five minutes. After scrubbing the area, wipe away the excess and rinse it with plain water. If needed, leave it on longer or consider a second application.
Simple, right? If you decide to try it out, comment down below how it went and would you recommend it to a friend!