How to clean bathroom grout: using baking soda

There’s nothing better than when entering a bathroom, it is clean and fragrant. But when you start looking in more detail and see the moldy or grimy grout, it hits that feeling of discouragement, doesn’t it? Maybe this feeling has to do with all the effort and dedication you put into cleaning your home.

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Really a lot of people have doubts about how to clean or remove grout from the bathroom, that’s because there are different ways for the two tasks. In the case of cleaning, for example, there are people who believe that it is necessary to spend hours rubbing the grout. In the case of removal, they are afraid and call a professional to do it.

With that in mind, we created this article so that you no longer have to look closely at the tiles in your kitchen or bathroom. So, check out how to clean it! Let’s go?

As you can see, all grout cleaning recipes use ingredients that are easily found in your home pantry, and they are economical!

You will need to have the following products on hand:

  • Sodium bicarbonate;
  • Hydrogen peroxide 10 volumes;
  • Running water;
  • Bucket;
  • Mixing bottle;
  • Old toothbrush.

Follow our step by step:

  1. First, mix the bicarbonate with the hydrogen peroxide;
  2. Apply on the grout and wait for 5-7 minutes;
  3. With an old toothbrush, rub this mixture over the grout;
  4. To finish, rinse with clean water to remove the bicarbonate and hydrogen peroxide;
  5. If you want, finish with a product of your choice.

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