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6 tips for cleaning your grout so that your floor looks brand new

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Tile floors are great for rooms where frequent messes happen. For the most part, you just have to wipe up the spill with a wet rag and you can't tell anything was there to begin with. But there is a disadvantage to tile floors. Grout.
The grout between your tiles is slightly more difficult to clean than the tiles themselves. And even if you keep it clean, grout can sometimes collect mold or mildew. Never fear, though, for there are plenty of simple ways to clean your grout that won't make you regret wanting tile floors.
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Vinegar, baking soda & Dawn (h/t The Contractor Chronicles)
How do these 3 household staples work in action? Superbly! Follow allow and see this powerhouse in action in the video below.
Toilet bowl cleaner (h/t Holiday Sparkle)
Toilet bowl cleaner is no longer just for your toilets. If you have the gel cleaner with bleach, you can also use it for the grout between your tiles. Check out how by following the video below.
Clean bathtub grime
If your tub is suffering from grime, instead of buying expensive store-bought products, try the solution below instead:
Hydrogen peroxide (h/t Apartment Therapy)
Your grout might still have a few stains even after you've cleaned it. Or you might be dealing with mold or mildew in the grout, especially if you have tile floors in your bathroom. To get rid of these problems, try the technique below.
The effects of Coke on a dirty toilet
Lemon juice
If you want a completely natural way to clean the grout between your tiles, head to the kitchen and grab a lemon. Then follow the video below to see it all happen.
Bleach pen (h/t Ask Anna)
This tip works best if you're not working with a huge amount of tile, mostly because it would become tiring pretty quickly. But if you don't have too much grout to deal with, a bleach pen is a quick and easy way to make it look new again. Use the technique below.
Laundry bleach & baking soda (h/t Cleaning Expert)
The following method shows another homemade solution to tackle that dirty grout.
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