7 tips for cleaning bathroom tile grout so that it shines like new



4. Borax & lemon juice Combine 1/4 cup borax, 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice, and a few squirts of liquid soap. Mix them together until they form a paste. With an old toothbrush or a scrub brush, scrub the paste into your grout and let it set for a few minutes before rinsing it off with warm water. COOKTOP COVE 5. Bleach & baking soda If you’re dealing with extremely tough grout stains and don’t mind the inevitable smell, then you should consider bringing out the bleach. Mix 3/4 cup of baking soda and 1/4 cup of bleach until they form a paste, which you’ll smear onto the grout and leave for 15 minutes. When the time is up, scrub the paste into the grout with a scrub brush, leave it for 15 more minutes and then rinse it away with warm water. COOKTOP COVE meee 6. Limescale remover When dealing with moldy grout lines, a little more scrubbing is required. To get rid of the mold, start by spraying limescale remover onto the grout. Then squirt a pretty good amount of Fairy Liquid onto the rough side of a sponge. By scrubbing your grout lines with this combination, you should be able to remove all of the surface dirt and any living mold spores. 7. Salt Another way to get rid of mold growing in your grout lines is to dehydrate it with salt. Though it seems counterproductive, you need the grout to be wet when you apply the salt. Rub a damp cloth along your grout lines and then scrub coarse salt into the grout. Leave it overnight and then rinse it away in the morning. RESOURCES BANNER IMAGE CREDIT




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