If you have tile in your shower or around your bathtub, then you know how difficult it is to keep the tile grout clean. You try to clean it along with the tiles, but just can’t seem to get all of the gunk out of those grooves. Never fear! We’ve got a few tips to make cleaning your grout easier. Whether you’re trying to scrub away stains or kill off some mold spores, we’ve got you covered. So grab your cleaning supplies, decide which tip works best for you and get scrubbing! 1. Scrubbing Bubbles Make sure you start by getting rid of the top layer of soap scum by wiping over the tile with a damp cloth. Then spray Scrubbing Bubbles Foaming Bleach cleaner on the tiles. Use an old toothbrush or a scrub brush to scrub the grout between the tiles and then wipe everything dry with a towel.
2. Baking soda & vinegar Combine a 1:1 mixture of vinegar and water in a spray bottle, spray it all over your shower tile, leave it for about 5 minutes and then scrub the grout with an old toothbrush or a scrub brush. Rinse the vinegar away with warm water and then smear your grout lines with a paste of baking soda and water. Scrub the paste into the grout before spraying the area again with your vinegar and water combo. Let the paste bubble up a little and then scrub some more. Rinse with warm water again and you’re all done. COOKTOP COVE 3. Hydrogen peroxide If the grout between your tiles is stained, then hydrogen peroxide is your best option. The quickest way to clean with hydrogen peroxide is to spray it directly onto the grout, let it soak in for a few minutes and then rinse it away with warm water. For exceptionally bad stains, though, you should make a paste from hydrogen peroxide and baking soda to scrub into the grout. COOKTOP COVE