The Best Bathroom Tile Cleaner

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Adam has a passion for cleaning from his youth growing up in England, and he has carried it with him to the US. Adam’s formal training and certifications in cleaning include the Advanced System Cleaning specialist (For HVAC cleaning / ductwork), through NADCA (this is the highest certification that NADCA has), as well as several other certifications from the IICRC. Adam has either advised, consulted, or done research with dozens of cleaning and cleaning related business entities. Adam holds an undergraduate degree from Oxford, a Master’s degree from Oxford, and a Master’s degree from Harvard Business School.

The Cleaning Institute

Finding a reliable bathroom tile cleaner is important for a couple of different reasons. Bathrooms are, by the very nature of what they are used for, some of the dirtiest rooms in the house, so it is important that you try and keep every part of them clean. This includes the tile.

In addition, you spend a significant amount of time in your bathroom on a daily basis. Because of this, it is important that you not put yourself in a position where you are constantly being exposed to germs or even mold, which commonly forms in bathrooms because of the amount of showering that is done in them on a regular basis.

That is why The Cleaning Institute, who has 35 years of professional experience in the cleaning industry, is here to help you find the best bathroom tile cleaner for your needs. We want to make sure that your bathroom is as clean as humanly possible, so we independently tested out dozens of different bathroom tile cleaners, and then managed to find three that we were finally able to award our Top Pick, Honorable Mention, and Green Pick awards to.

However, you might be wondering how The Cleaning Institute managed to come up with the criteria that we used to decide which products deserved our top awards. In an attempt to make our rating system as transparent and easy to understand as possible, we went out of our way to simplify the review process as much as we could, and we ended up settling on three major types of criteria to help us make our final decision, which we will now explain in more detail below.