Ceramic tile bath tubs are a wonderful way to enhance the beauty of your house and bathroom, while effectively protecting your walls from damage related to moisture. Your bathroom is a breeding ground for mold, mildew, and germs so it is very important that you do as much as you can to prevent these nasty critters from invading your bathroom and taking over.
One of the best ways to prevent the negative effects from mold is to stop moisture in its tracks. By adding ceramic tile bath tubs with proper grouting, you can rest assured that your ceramic tile can withstand the constant wear and tear that non- stop moisture can create.
It is important that you keep ceramic tile bath tubs dry. One easy step you can take to ensure that your bathroom stays mold free and that your ceramic tile stays looking sparkling new is to simply dry off the ceramic tile when you are through bathing or showering.
Those beads of water that remain on the wall after you have steamed the bathroom, can lead to mold and mildew problems, but by just taking a soft dry cloth or towel and wiping them off you can preserve the beauty of your tiles.
You can clean ceramic tile bath tubs with a diluted all purpose cleaner and water. You can mix up your own batch and put them in spray bottles as well. There are also all-purpose cleaners that are formulated specifically for tiles; these are a great choice for cleaning ceramic tile bath tubs as well.
You can prohibit the growth of mold by keeping carpets out of bathrooms and by using your air conditioner or a dehumidifier during the months where humidity is high. Because of the high humidity inherent to bathrooms, many people have troubles with certain types of wall coverings. For example, wallpaper and paper borders may continually peel in the bathroom.
Ceramic tile is a wonderful alternative to these beautiful borders, which are so hard to keep looking fresh, and new in the bathroom. By choosing ceramic tile bath tubs that have beautifully decorative designs, you can easily maintain the same beautiful decor that a border would provide.