Asked on Apr 30, 2017

What REALLY is the best way to clean grout?

Debbie/Dragonfly TreasureKarron CarrSusan


5 answers
  • Kristi Smith Grogan
    on Apr 30, 2017

    I have know bleach works the best. But I have heard Clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach works great because it has a cap that dispenses it in nice lines and is a gel. then scrub it with a brush after about 10 mins then let it sit for about 5 more mins. Then mop/wipe up. Make sure you have windows open or good ventilation when using bleach.
  • Karron Carr
    on Apr 30, 2017

    GP-66 and a old toothbrush. Cleans everything.
  • Susan
    on Apr 30, 2017

    I make a paste with white vinegar and baking soda, and use a toothbrush to apply it-leave it overnight and let the mix work for me. Then rinse. Test this on an inconspicuous tile to make sure it doesn't do anything to the tile itself, mine are white so it works for me.
  • Karron Carr
    on May 1, 2017

    Yes. It's safe for septic as well. I suggest rubber gloves. You can use it full strengt, but follow the directions. You can order online. But when you use it, you'll wish you had bought more.
    My ex bought a house from some people that weren't very clean. The stove was disgusting. 2 gas burners didn't work. I used the GP-66 and we found under the grease and caked on food, it was a new stove! All 4 burners work. I used in the bathroom also, no iss there either. We thought the floor was tan, nope....white tile with white grout. Looks like new.
  • Debbie/Dragonfly Treasure
    on Mar 6, 2019

    Cleaning Grout with Hydrogen Peroxide, Baking Soda, and Dish Soap

    1. Make a paste.
    2. Apply the paste with a toothbrush.
    3. Let the mixture sit on the grout for 15 minutes.
    4. Rinse the grout with warm or hot water to remove all of the solution.
    5. Use a rag to wipe the grout to remove any leftover residue or dirt.

    Mop the floor with clean water.


    Making a paste with OxyClean and water. Apply let sit for 20 mins. Scrub with toothbrush. Rinse well.

    Once it's clean, SEAL!

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