How To Deep-Clean Shower And Kitchen Grout
When it comes to housekeeping, there are certain things and rooms we tend to clean almost every day, and other tasks that only happen a few times a year. One of the latter-mentioned tasks tends to be cleaning grout. Many people have grout around their shower tiles, floor tiles, and kitchen backsplash. And all of these areas can become coated in dust, hard water stains, and other residue over time. Thankfully, the following tip was designed to make cleaning grout as quick and painless as possible.
First, mix together seven cups of water, 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/3 cup of lemon juice, and 1/4 cup of vinegar. Transfer the solution to a spray bottle, then spray on any grout that needs to be cleaned. Let the solution sit for a few minutes, then scrub with an old toothbrush. Afterwards, simply rinse off or use a damp cloth to wipe clean.
That doesn’t seem so bad now, does it? Grout is definitely one of those tedious cleaning tasks that I often find myself procrastinating, but this simple tip is sure to make the job a little bit easier. And if I know one thing to be true, it’s that baking soda and vinegar are a force to be reckoned with. Now get cleaning— your grout will thank you!