How to Clean and Remove Grout from Tile?
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You will see grout in between the tiles of both the floors and as well as the walls. The grout can be of many colors, usually, one that complements that of the tiles’. Grout tends to strengthen the tiles and also give them a better look. However, grout does tend to get dirty and discolored over the years, which does not look good at all.
You may clean, vacuum and mop your tiles all you want, but if you have unclean grout, your floor will still look dirty. It is mostly the grout of the tiles on the floor that you will have to clean most often. But there are certainly different methods for cleaning the various types of tiles out there.
How to Clean Tile Grout?
Depending on the durability of your tiles, and the materials they are made from, you will have to decide on which method to use in order to clean the grout. There are some ways that can be more damaging to certain tiles than others.
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How to Remove Grout?
There you have it! Two very simple ways to clean up your grout, and an easy trick that shows you how to remove it, if needed. It is very important to clean out floors and walls at least once a month. This is of course too much work for every day, but don’t worry, you will only need to do this once in a while.
And if your grout has become far too old and discolored to be cleaned out, then you will have to regrout your floors and walls. In that case, knowing how to remove the grout and then to start over with new, clean tiles, is necessary.