Asked on Jun 17, 2013

How do you get grout white again?

LoriLori O'FarrillGrout Shield Distributors


how do you get grout white again?
7 answers
  • Ashley
    on Jun 17, 2013

    Hi Mona... I have used grout paint on mine with a toothbrush to apply. It's sold at all the big box home improvement stores.

  • John Reling
    on Jun 17, 2013

    I've used an abundant number of products but best for me for thorough clean tiles/grout around bath and shower cubicle is neat bleach... Wear gloves, apply neat bleach with a large sponge or cloth (cheap one), scrub stubborn marks with an old toothbrush or nailbrush (so you can get into grout areas), leave for 10-20 minutes and rinse thoroughly with cold water.

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  • KMS Woodworks
    on Jun 17, 2013

    Check out this article I wrote. One point I like to point out to clients when working on tile projects is the "appropriate" grout color choice. White should never really be used in any floor type of setting, the work needed to keep it white will be a full time job. When we tiled our cabins floor we actually took a sample of the soil there and picked a grout color that matched it. In our case that happened to be Tobacco brown.

  • Grout Shield Distributors
    on Jun 18, 2013

    If you want to have new looking grout again or change the color check out my sealer if you have any questions just call were here to help

  • Lori O'Farrill
    on Feb 26, 2015

    I've used 1/3 bleach 2/3 water - apply to the grout with a spray bottle (wear old pants) then scrub with grout brush/ and wipe with damp cloth....has worked great for me, plus your house smells clean afterwards :)

  • Lori
    on Feb 20, 2016

    Try plain old Hydrogen Peroxide, I use an old syringe to put it on the grout lines, let it set and bubble as long as you think it needs.

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