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Quick Fix: How to Clean Grout With a DIY Cleaner

Dirty grout can put a damper on that spick-and-span bathroom or kitchen. But with a little elbow grease and a few household items, you can remove dirt and grime in a snap. This DIY cleaner will take grout from dingy to delightful! https://youtu.be/HXPAarfcDrg Step 1: Make your cleaner. To remove moderate… Allstate https://i1.wp.com/blog.allstate.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/white-tiled-shower-with-gray-paterned-curtain_istock_resized.jpg?fit=684%2C456&ssl=1
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Dirty grout can put a damper on that spick-and-span bathroom or kitchen. But with a little elbow grease and a few household items, you can remove dirt and grime in a snap. This DIY cleaner will take grout from dingy to delightful!

Step 1: Make your cleaner.

To remove moderate stains on your grout, BobVila.com recommends mixing 1 part baking soda and 1 part hydrogen peroxide in a bowl to make a paste. Mix as much as you need for the amount of grout you want to clean. Mix as much as you need for the amount of grout you want to clean. Remember: The more cleaner you make, the larger the bowl you’ll need.

Step 2: Apply to grout.

Use a small brush, such as a paint brush, to apply the paste to your grout. Test the cleaner on a small, hidden spot first before moving to the rest of the grout, BobVila.com says.

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Step 3: Wait 10 minutes.

Give the paste some time to work.

Step 4: Scrub clean.

Grab a stiff bristled brush, such as a toothbrush, and use a little elbow grease. Scrub the grout in a circular motion to get the grime out, recommends to BobVila.com

Step 5: Rinse.

Rinse the area with water. Then, you should notice your grout is cleaner!

Opening scene shows wide shot of bathroom with white-tiled shower.

Text box appears: How to Clean Dirty Grout

Close-up of shower walls with dingy grout.

Text box appears: Use a DIY cleaner.

Scene changes to show supplies needed: Gloves, baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, small brush and toothbrush.

Purple plastic bowl is shown, and hand wearing yellow glove pours baking soda into bowl. Hand holding mixing cup pours in hydrogen peroxide.

Text box appears: 1 Part baking soda. 1 Part hydrogen peroxide.

Hand in yellow glove stirs the mixture with a small foam paint brush.

Text box appears: Mix together.

Scene changes to interior of shower. Hand wearing yellow glove uses the small paint brush to smooth the mixture over the grout.

Graphic appears emulating a clock reading: Wait 10 Minutes.

Scene returns to interior of shower. Gloved hand is using toothbrush to scrub the mixture into the grout.

Hand uses blue cup to pour water over the tile and grout, rinsing the mixture off. Grout now appears clean and very white.

Text box appears: Voila!