She Uses Common Household Products To Clean Tiles And Grout And They’re Instantly Spotless

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Weekend cleaning is inevitable—it has to be done and there’s no way around it. I’m going to say that I mind cleaning though. As much as I may dread it throughout the week, I really find that cleaning the house gives me some time to not think about more pressing matters and just enjoy the music I have playing in the background.

With that being said though, what I don’t really look forward to is cleaning my floors. Although cleaning tiles isn’t something that I take to every weekend (but when it comes to grout, I leave it for once a month), when I do take out the time to do it, I’m always confused as to what I should be using that would be most effective.

I’ve tried tile cleaners from local stores, which work for a short period of time, and some even leave a funky smell that I don’t quite like, especially in my kitchen! If you’re on the same boat as me, then tune into the video below and find some helpful do-it-yourself tips on cleaning floor tiles and grout, without having to purchase a specific cleaner for the store. Yes, you read that right—all the products you need can be found right in your home.

Did you ask, “What do I need to get started?” Well, here’s a list:

  • laundry detergent
  • water
  • hand towel
  • plastic wrap
  • sponge

This video tutorial also shows you how to get rid of those tough stains on your floor that just don’t seem to budge, and the instructions are so simple!

Click on the link below to watch the video and learn how to clean your tiles with products right from home. Don’t forget to like and share this video with family and friends, if you found it useful.

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