Clean Your Tile Grout With This Simple Homemade Grout Cleaner

Household 3 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

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  • Helen
    Helen Henderson, NV
    thanks!
  • Helen
    Helen Henderson, NV
    Thanks so much! I have gotten many great fixes!
  • Helen
    Helen Henderson, NV
    Thanks!
  • Michele Bauer
    Michele Bauer Ridley Park, PA
    thank u so much, i use oxy clean all the time on my clothes, an in my toilet tank, i heard it is supposed to help with the stains in ur tank an wen u flush (under the rim)
    • Diana
      diana San Antonio, TX
      Michele Bauer how much oxiclean do you put on the toilet tank? that sounds like a good idea.
  • Cathy Cleaner
    Cathy Cleaner Belmont, CA
    Great advice. Vinegar and baking soda never fails to work for me in removing grout.
  • Loyhj39
    Maybe vinegar and lemon is less harmful, don't really like the smell of bleach.
  • Yvonne
    Yvonne Lake Worth, FL
    Sounds great will try it.
  • Sandy
    Sandy Sterling Heights, MI
    Thanks, I've used bleach alone, doesn't work , definitely trying this
  • Kelly Clark
    Kelly Clark Grandview, TN
    Great idea do you think it will work on the caulking around the tub??
  • Kelly Clark
    Kelly Clark Grandview, TN
    Thank you Jessi@Practically Functional:)
  • Annette Amann-Robichaud
    Great idea! My bathroom walls are tiled half way up. Will have to do this! I have a battery operated tool to scrub with.
  • Sally
    Sally Sun City Center, FL
    My tile guy said just plain white vinegar sprayed on will do it. I haven't tried it as yet.
  • Cory Stanley-Stahr
    I just tried this, and it worked fabulously!
  • Linda L Pulliam
    Linda L Pulliam Leander, TX
    I have heard that bleach will eat your grout.
  • 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!
Jessi @ Practically Functional
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