Hi Sharon First, wipe down the grout with hot water to remove surface dirt and grime. Next, spray a cleaning solution on the grout. You can mix your own by putting a 50-50 mix of vinegar and water into a spray bottle. Spray on the grout, let stand for five minutes and then scrub with a soft brush.
Hey Sharon: Here are a couple of sites that should help.
Another way to do it is to make a paste with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide after first wiping it down to remove surface dirt (as Deb mentioned). Make the mixture about the consistency of paint so that you can brush it on. Let the mixture sit for a while, to allow it to work. Both the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide are bleaching agents so they should bleach out any stains. If necessary, use a tooth brush with the solution to get anything that was missed. Rinse everything down then once it's clean and dry, seal your grout to help keep it cleaner in the future. Wishing you the best.
Thanks so much!
Lysol Lime & Rust Remover Toilet Bowl cleaner, comes in a black squirt bottle. Scrub with Scrub Daddy or Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. If stubborn, use a scouring stick to scrub.
Hi Sharon - This is the shower cleaner that we use to help keep grout and tiles clean and minimize the mildew - it works on kitchen grout too. I've also included a great article about mold if it's gone that far. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
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Heres some other recommended cleaners. Hope this helps.
The Best Way to Clean Grout-EVER!!! | Hometalk
Painted Tile Grout Refresh with grout pen
Grout cleaning and grout removal and replace it
Here’s a Hometalk link for you to consider. Hope this helps