How to Clean Grout Between Floor Tiles
Regularly cleaning the grout between the tiles in your bathroom or kitchen floor is a great way to ensure the space continues to look clean and hygienic, two things that should be a priority in each of these rooms.
Not only does dirty grout look incredibly unsightly and unhygienic, it can often indicate problems such as damp/mildew collecting in your home.
In this handy post, we’ll show you how to clean tile grout quickly and effectively!
What Do You Need
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Baking Soda
- Small Scrubbing Brush/Nail Brush
- Rubber Gloves
Let’s Get Started!
Once you have put on your rubber gloves, the first step is to pour a small amount of the hydrogen peroxide across the grout and work the solution in using the scrubbing brush for a few seconds.
Next, pour the baking soda powder over the grout area and work this in too, applying a little more elbow grease this time.Continue the process across all of the dirty or discolored grout, and then allow the baking soda to dry.
Once dried, thoroughly sweep and mop the floor. You should notice a significant improvement in the colour and texture of the grout!
So there we have our quick and simple guide to cleaning the grout between floor tiles; be sure to check back soon for more fantastic tips and guides!