How Do You Disinfect A Tile Floor Naturally?

How Do You Disinfect A Tile Floor Naturally?

Tile and Grout Cleaning Melbourne

Tile and Grout Cleaning require the simple application of detergent liquid or soap and water. Or you can use one of the popular tile and grout cleaner to clean the tile. disinfecting the tiles require strong chemicals and acids and you will have to disinfect the tiles when they are riddled with bacteria or covered with mildew or if you want to deep clean your tiles. You should keep in mind that all the tiles are not the same and all types of disinfectants are not suitable for all types of tile. Based on the tile type you must carefully choose the disinfectant that will not harm your tile quality and appearance. 

How to Disinfect The Ceramic And Porcelain Tiles

Mix ½ cup of ammonia in 1 gallon of water in the spray bottle. Add ½ cup of vinegar and ¼ cup of borax to the water. This solution will help you to restore the shine on the tile surface. However, vinegar, ammonia, and borax are equally powerful to work effectively on the tile surface. These products are powerful disinfectants that will completely eliminate the bacteria, mildew, and stains from the tile surface. 

  • Mix all the ingredients in the spray bottle and give a good shake. Once the ingredients are mixed well you can spray directly on the surface, soak the mop in the same solution and spread it all over the tile floors. 

  • Cover the tile floors completely with the solution because you need to disinfect each and every corner. Scrub the walls with a sponge and leave it for 10-15 minutes. 

  • Let the chemical sit on the floor and wall to complete their job. Now rinse the surface with cool water and remove the disinfectant. Leave the surface to air dry naturally. 

  • Finally, your tile is not only bright and clean but also free from the bacteria and other contaminants. 

How to Disinfect The Marble, Limestone, And Granite 

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Mix ½ cup of bleach in 1 gallon of water, bleach acts as powerful disinfectants. But if you don’t want to use this product for the reason of health and environment well being you can use hydrogen peroxide instead of bleach. 

Apply bleach or hydrogen peroxide on the tile surface or use a spray bottle and spray the solution over the tiles. Wear gloves while you are working with bleach. Scrub the tiles with the help of a sponge and leave it for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse the surface with cool water and allow the surface to air dry naturally. Most of the Tile and Grout Cleaning companies use and suggest hydrogen peroxide as a good alternative for the bleach. So it is best to use this solution for avoiding health risks. 

Things You Need to Work On Tiles Surface

  • Ammonia

  • White vinegar

  • Borax

  • Spray bottle

  • Mop

  • Sponges

  • Bleach

  • Hydrogen peroxide

  • Rubber gloves

  • Toothbrush

You can scrub the tile surface and grout lines with the help of toothbrush as this will completely eliminate the stains from the crevice. 


Never try to mix bleach with ammonia because it will result in releasing highly toxic chemicals. 

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