One of the most surprising projects we’ve done at The Glade is regrouting the bathroom tiles. It made a tremendous improvement.
Unfortunately, if the grout that gets on the tile itself is not well-cleaned in a timely manner, a haze results.
This haze is impossible to remove by just wiping down with water but there is a
Since our grout had been hazing the tile for more than 2 days, we used the formula suggested on the bottle of 4 parts water to 1 part haze cleaner. This product is a strong alkali and dangerous to smell or get on skin so Charlie suited up with a respirator, a jumpsuit and rubber gloves.
He wiped on the cleaner solution with a mildly abrasive sponge and rinsed the area with clean water.
The results are beautiful: clean, shiny ceramic tile.
An added benefit is that he also cleaned our old tub with the haze cleaner to remove any grout that had fallen into the tub. The tub is cleaner than it has ever been.
I’m going to try this cleaner on our bathroom floor to see if it will remove 65 years of grime. I’ll report the results.
Results report: I tried it on the floor and while it cleaned very well the floor is not sparkling clean because it really needs to be regrouted also.
Have you discovered a new-to-you product that works really well?