Clean Your Tile Grout With This Simple Homemade Grout Cleaner

To Try 2 days ago
The grout in our bathroom wasn’t exceptionally clean when we moved in to our current apartment, and it hasn’t learned to magically clean itself over the past year either...So I did something about it! This simple grout cleaning recipe is extremely powerful, and it only requires two ingredients, both of which you probably already have at home! #CleaningTricks #CleanIt
See the full, detailed tutorial here: http://www.practicallyfunctional.com/make-yo...
Difficulty: Easy
  • There were living things growing in that corner when we moved in! Gross!
  • Mix baking soda and bleach into a thick paste, apply it to your grout (make sure you wear gloves!), and scrub it with an old toothbrush!
  • Leave the mixture on your grout for about 10 minutes, then rinse it off and your grout will be white and clean again!

To see more: http://www.practicallyfunctional.com/make-your-own-grout-cleaner/

  • Accentuations! Sallie Homza
    Bleach will, indeed, "eat" grout! I would use less bleach--unless you have mold. I you do, bleach away, clean it out and re-grout!
  • Cvmarin
    cvmarin Chalfont, PA
    Once its clean again, just vinegar and water will keep it clean and tiles very shiny. Caution about mixing bleach with other cleaners: bleach snd AMMONIA create a highly toxic gas... even fatal in closed/confined space.
  • Linda Jowers
    I saw a post that a mixture of hydrogen peroxide & baking soda would work on bathroom grout. Haven't tried it yet, going to give it a try.
  • Billielatham
    I am going to do this !
  • MamaSita
    MamaSita New Port Richey, FL
    I have used the glass top cleaners for both my tile and grout. It leaves a wax on the tile and grout after cleaning which seems to inhibit mold and those nasty hard water stains.
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