Bathroom wall tiles can develop nasty residue without proper care. Clean your tiles regularly with instruction from a professional contractor in this free video on cleaning bathroom wall tiles.
Hi, my name is Chris Wade, and I'm a Contractor from the City of Los Angeles. And today, I'm going to show you how to clean wall tiles in the bathroom. Here we are in our shower walls. As you may know, shower walls can get mildewy, moldy and just generally icky. If you take some warm water, whether it would be vinegar, peroxide or any non-chlorine product or cleaning product, dilute it 50-50 with some warm water. Spray it on here. Take a, just any common household sponge, you just clean it. Wipe, you know, any of those areas that need a little bit of extra elbow grease; go ahead and apply that. Just, you know, hit the grout, anywhere, get the corners, come across here, the tub if you have to; just anywhere you need to go. Then, you just take your clean sponge, dip it in some warm clean water; come across, just get all that icky residue off of there from the cleaning. If you have to do it twice, do it twice; if you have to do three times, do it three times. Or whatever you do, just keep your maintenance up each and every week in the shower. Just get your wiping done; you know, it don't have to be dry, just, you know, get all the residue off of there. And again, any maintenance that you take care of a couple of times a week is going to prevent any build up of a residue or mold or just some ickiness in the shower. It doesn't take that much to do it. And that's how you do it.
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