How to Easily Clean Grout
We clean the floors often but how often do we REALLY clean the floors completely? Even though we are washing the floors a lot of the dirt gets stuck or it stains the grout making it look so dingy and dirty! There are just a two ingredients and two tools you will need!
First off you will need
- A Bowl
- Toothbrush or small scrub brush
Secondly you will need
- Baking soda
- Hydrogen Peroxide
All you are going to do is make a paste. I decided on a snow day that I would clean my grout in the kitchen so I made a large batch. But all you need to do to make this paste is to put about 1/2 a box of baking soda in a bowl and then pour the hydrogen peroxide in the bowl slowly! Start off with one ounce at a time until you get a good thick paste that is still able to spread!
Put a good amount of the paste on your brush and cover the grout completely. No need to start scrubbing. Let this paste sit on the grout for about 5-10 minutes. This gave me enough time to just cover the whole kitchen then I just came back around scrubbed the grout throughout the whole kitchen then I hand washed all the floors to clean up the paste, leaving my floors looking better than ever!
If you don’t have these ingredients on hand here are a few other options you could try.
- Vinegar, Baking soda, heavy duty cleaner and warm water: just combine 7 cups of warm water, 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/3 cup of ammonia, and 1/4 cup of white vinegar. Pour the whole mixture into a spray bottle, spray the grout, scrub
- You could also try toothpaste and baking soda! scrub and wipe clean
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