When I think of grout cleaning, the first thing that crosses my mind is hard work. But, today I’m sure it doesn’t always have to be like that. If you know what you’re doing, grout (the mixture of cement, sand, and water) can be simple to deal with. Our tiles are kept in place thanks to it so that we can clean it properly at least.
The number one method
Whether we’re using those basic, necessary things that will make our cleaning process easier, or if we’re using little more aggressive ones, we will be happy to walk you through the entire cleaning process. First of all, we need to make our cleaning solution. We recommend getting a large bucket and mix water, baking soda, ammonia and vinegar in it.
Once we are done with it, we should prepare a spray bottle and move our mixture to it. Before we use it, we need to make sure we shake the bottle. In this way, we’ll be able to clean the dirtiest parts of the grout ever. Spraying shouldn’t be complicated. We just start with a small section, spray over it, let it set and repeat the process again.
What else to do?
The magic word is scrubbing. I guess nothing can be done without hard work after all. We only need to pick a brush we want to use for cleansing (either a toothbrush or any brush) and start scrubbing aggressively between the tiles.
The next step is cleaning the dirt from the tiles. We take a wet cloth and wipe the dust up. After this, we make sure we don’t forget to get all the dirt and dark parts out from the grout.