Yes, baking soda cleans and shines tiles: here how to use it


White Vinegar:

White vinegar is an excellent cleaning agent that can be used throughout the house.

For cleaning tile joints, heat some white vinegar, dip an old toothbrush in it, scrub the joints, and rinse with clean water.

Clay Stone:

Clay stone is a natural cleaner devoid of harmful chemicals.

To brighten your tile joints, use this product's stain-removing power. Scrub the joints with a damp sponge containing clay. Rinse them, then dry using a clean, slightly damp sponge.

Meudon White:

A staple for eco-friendly home maintenance, Meudon white comprises calcium carbonate particles.

It appears as a fine white powder and needs to be mixed with water to create a cleaning paste. Combine 100 grams of Meudon white with 5 tablespoons of water, apply the mixture to the tile joints, leave it for an hour, scrub with a brush, and rinse with lukewarm water.

Black Soap:

Black soap has a variety of household applications.

To clean tile joints, apply the soap to the joints with a damp brush, scrub to remove dirt, and rinse with lukewarm water.

Baking Soda:

Baking soda is versatile, allowing users to whiten, remove stains, and descale surfaces without causing damage.

To clean tile joints, spray ½ glass of white vinegar on them, wait for a few minutes, then sprinkle four tablespoons of baking soda on the surface. Leave it for 10 minutes, scrub the joints with a brush, and rinse with lukewarm water.

Using these natural tips will simplify your cleaning routine, restoring the pristine whiteness of your tile joints.