Tile wall panels allow for a decorative and protective surface in the bathroom. Due to the high relative humidity or moisture usually there are, wall tiles are subject to mold and mildew growth. They are also candidates for hard water deposits and soaps. Injection, additives in between tiles, is likely to also collect dirt and develop stains. Cleaning of tiles requires several chemicals or solutions. Each solution is focused on different types of tile impurities
Make sure the bathroom area is well ventilated. Open windows and doors. Turn on the extract air fans or air conditioner to circulate the air. Spray bathroom with kitchen-and-bathroom cleaner. This is a versatile cleaner that has an all-in-one cleaning attribute. Wipe off the tile wall panels slabs. Using a soft, round motion, wipe the plates with a sponge or brush. Use gloves to avoid adverse skin reactions. Rinse the plates with warm water and a sponge.
Spray mold and mildew areas with bleach. Mix bleach and warm water equally in a spray bottle. Be careful when working with lye because it emits toxic gas. Shed and mold areas with a brush or sponge. Use a circle movement. Rinse wall plates with hot water. Clean the tile wall panels grouting with vinegar solution. Mix 1/4 cup of vinegar, 1/3 cup of ammonia, 1/2 cup of baking soda and 7 cups of water. Spray the solution on tile grouting. Rinse the plates with lukewarm water.