Cleaning the grout in your home can be simple. You simply spray on a heavy-duty cleaner and let it work its magic. As effective as these types of cleaners are, they are not always the best choice, especially if you are trying to go green.
Here are three ways to clean your grout while protecting the environment.
White vinegar not only makes your glass sparkle but can clean your grout too. Since its acidic, vinegar is powerful enough to cut through dirt and grime that accumulates between tiles. It can also keep mold growth to a minimum.
To clean your grout, all you need is a spray bottle and a clean cloth. Spray the grout and let the vinegar sit for at least 15 minutes. You can either rinse away the dirt or wipe it away with a clean, white cloth. You also need to dilute the vinegar with water. If not, it could cause your grout to peel.
Baking soda is another handy eco-friendly cleaning product. Although it has powerful stain removing ability, it is gentle enough to use on most surfaces. It is also used as a base to mix with something else, like water and vinegar. Simply combine and use an old toothbrush to gently scrub the grout. You can also let in sit for a few minutes prior to help loosen the grime.
Salt is more than a condiment. It is also a pretty effective cleaning agent. However, it is important to note that the area needs to be dampened prior to using salt. Salt can also prevent mold growth. Mold thrives off moisture, which salt removes by creating a dry, protective layer.
If your grout is already showing signs of mold growth, let the salt sit on the grout overnight. Then, use a disposable cloth the next day to wipe away any residual debris.
As powerful as these non-toxic cleaning methods are, sometimes it is just not enough. If that is the case, there is another option at your disposal: steam cleaning. Grout Restoration Works is known for their high-quality steam cleaning service. Nothing really can compare to a professional cleaning!
As the world continues to focus on being eco-friendly, you can do the same with these products. The best part is, they are usually far less expensive than harsh cleaners you find at the store anyway.
If you would like to learn more ways you can keep your grout clean, contact Grout Restoration Works at 416-273-8814 today.
By Grout Restoration Works 8-31-2020