How to Keep Pebble Flooring in Your Shower Clean

pebble flooring
  • 1 hours
  • Beginner
  • 15-50
What You'll Need
1 gallon warm water
Container or pail
Antibacterial liquid detergent
Spray bottle
Nylon Brush

Pebble flooring is an exceptional flooring structure and is a supple support for tiles. It has characteristics of a protected, resilient, eye-catching and flexible surface sheltered with smooth pebbles that massages exhausted feet and gives traction to avoid sliding. Using pebble flooring in your bathroom for interior home improvement and remodeling is extremely easy, however you need to constantly clean it as dirt and grime could easily get stuck in the crevices of the pebbles.

Step 1 – Put 1 gallon of Warm Water in a Container

The first step in cleaning your pebble tile is to use a container and fill it with 1 gallon of warm water then add antibacterial liquid detergent to it. Just add only a few drops. After, mix the solution well.

Step 2 – Put the Solution in a Spray Bottle

Using a spray bottle, fill it up with the solution and spray it all over your pebble flooring, inside your shower room. With the help of the solution, you dampen and kill the molds and mildew that have grown in your pebble flooring, for easy removal.

Step 3 – Use Nylon Bristle Brush

With the use of a nylon bristled brush, you can scrub your pebble flooring to remove the accrued dirt, body oils, soap scum, molds and mildew. After brushing it, thoroughly rinse the pebble tiles with warm water.

Step 4 – Dry the Pebble Flooring with a Rag

With the use of a rag, you can now dry your pebble flooring. Keeping your pebble flooring constantly dry will keep the mold and mildew from growing.