Cleaning of glass tiled surfaces

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Because glass tiles do not absorb water, they are relatively easy to care for. Since it is an impervious material, glass is also resistant to bacteria, mould, and mildew. If used in places like a shower, though, they are subject to soap scum and other mineral deposits.

Cleaning them on a regular basis with a non-abrasive cleaning agent or glass cleaner will keep the natural beauty of the surface shining through.

You can also use a squeegee or your bath towel to remove water from the shower walls to help reduce water spots and hazing.

Removing soap scum from glass tiles

  • 1. In a spray bottle, mix equal parts of warm water to white vinegar. Spray the solution on the glass tile surface and let sit for 10 minutes.
  • 2. Use a soft bristle brush (a soft brush will help avoid scratching) to clean the tiles and grout. Rinse with clean water and wipe down with a soft cloth or towel to avoid streaking or water spots. This will also work for hard water and other mineral deposits.

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