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Posted on 02/12/2017 in Residential

Cleaning Tile Grout - No Harsh Chemicals!

Cleaning Tile Grout - No Harsh Chemicals!

A light color grout looks so good when you’re picking out tiles, and if you’re like us, you’ve made that mistake and decided to never go with light tiles and grout ever again. But now that we’ve committed to the light color grout, we need to know how to restore and maintain that beautiful grout we fell in love with.  

In the video below from the SweetPotatoPatterns YouTube channel, the instructor demonstrates how she cleans tile grout with minimal effort.  

Highlights:

1)      Hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, a small brush, and… elbow grease :)

2)     Pour Hydrogen Peroxide on the grout, poor somebaking soda on-top of that, and use the brush to work the two into the grout.

3)     Sweep up the dried baking soda, and mop over everything.  

From our personal experience, we recommend making a paste out of the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide first, applying that to the grout, allowing it to sit for roughly 4 or 5 minutes, and basically its elbow-grease-city as seen in the video.  

WARNING! Do not use a wire brush, or any brush with bristles so stiff that they could damage the grout or tile.  The last thing you want to do is create a situation where you’d have to re-grout because you literally cleaned the grout up.

The trick is to work the mixture into the grout so it can push up the dirt.  We want to clean the dirt up and out, not down and in.

That’s all.  

Good Luck & Happy Cleaning!

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