Your Grout Problems Solved – Clean Your Grout with These Homemade Solutions

We know what a pain it can be to keep your grout sparkling white! Luckily, we’ve got some simple grout-cleaning recipes you can try using only basic ingredients!

If you’ve had enough of dirty grout, we’ve got the solution! Choose from one of these 5 grout-cleaning recipes that are sure to get your grout looking good as new! Using only basic household ingredients, these recipes are great for people looking for a cheap and easy solution to cleaning their grout.

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Recipe #1:

This recipe is mild, and can be used on all tile surfaces. You can also use it to remove stains from natural stone.

– 3 cups baking soda

– 1 cup water

Mix the baking soda until it forms a paste and apply it to the grout. Leave it to work for 10 minutes and rinse it clean.

Recipe #2:

Since this recipe uses vinegar, don’t use it on marble, limestone, or travertine.

– 1/4 cup salt

– 1/4 cup baking soda

– 1/4 cup vinegar

Mix the ingredients and apply it to the grout. Leave it for 20 minutes and make sure it doesn’t dry out. After the 20 minutes are up, give the grout a good scrub and rinse.

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Recipe #3:

Use this recipe on light colored or white grout.

– 1/4 cup bleach

– 3/4 cup baking soda

Mix and apply to dirty grout. If you want to dilute the bleach, you can add water. The longer you leave the solution on, the brighter your grout will be.

Recipe #4:

This recipe works with all tile, except limestone or travertine.

– lemon juice

– baking soda

Mix into a paste and apply to dirty grout. Leave it for 20 minutes, then scrub and rinse.

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Recipe #5:

Don’t use this bleach on colored grout, and test it first on marble surfaces.

– 3 parts baking soda

– 1 part hydrogen peroxide

Mix into a paste and apply it to your grout. Leave it to sit for 20 minutes and scrub well. Rinse with warm water. This mixture can also be used on poultice and natural stone.

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