Using a Tile Grout Cleaner to Clean Grout the Easy Way

tile grout cleanerUsing the right kind of tile grout cleaner is essential to keeping you tiles looking its best and lasting a lot longer. When it comes to tile and grout cleaning, there are different tile grout cleaners you could choose from. Some are organic and some are chemical cleaners. Most tile cleaners also work on grout. If you are having a hard time getting rid of grout stain, you may need to get a grout pen or grout colorant to color the grout.

On average, it should take you 10 to 20 minutes to clean your tile and grout in an average size room. If after cleaning, you find that the grout is still a dark and dingy color, you could try using a stronger grout cleaning chemical such as Clorox or bleach to get out the grout stain. If this still doesn’t work, you could use a grout pen or a grout colorant to help you get the job done more effectively. With stronger chemicals it is a good idea to use gloves and you may even want to wear protective glasses if you have them available.

For deeper grout cleaning, it is important to use a brush or a grout cleaning tool, because grout has a porous surface and just using a sponge is not good enough. Also you may decide that it would be a good idea to make a grout paste. An organic grout paste is effective and cheap to make using common household cleaning materials. Using baking soda, salt and a bit of water, will allow you to make a nice scrubbing paste. A few minutes of scrubbing will do wonders when it comes to brightening your tile grout. This makes an effective tile grout cleaner that is not only cheap, but easy to use.

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