Showers and tubs can accumulate lime, calcium, and soap scum. It will be cleaned as much as a non-toxic cleaning solution, and reasonable scrubbing efforts allow it.
Mold and mildew are organic and will grow deep into and behind grout or caulk. To prevent costly repairs of regrouting and re-caulking builders recommend that tile grout and caulking be resealed at least once per year. Green or conventional cleaning products will minimize surface stains but will not eliminate them. Tile installers recommend maintaining your mineral and lime with acid removers twice yearly.
Scrubbing with a grout brush around each tile is time-consuming. For homes with extensive tile work in showers and bathrooms, more frequent "deep cleanings" of these areas may be recommended.
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