Cleaning your bathroom may not be your idea of a perfect afternoon. But our bathrooms are often a place of sanctuary, whether you’re getting yourself ready for the day ahead or soaking in a hot bubble bath when you’re winding down in the evening.
Grimy grout may not seem like a big deal, but it can impact how the whole room looks. And with the average cost of tiling a bathroom standing at around £750, according to MyJobQuote, we’re sure you’ll want to keep it looking brand new for as long as you can.
Getting your grout clean may take a bit of elbow grease but if follow these top tips you’ll get the job done in no time.
Make a paste from two parts bicarbonate of soda to one part water, then rub onto dirty grout using an old toothbrush.
An electric toothbrush with an old head will also work wonders and save your elbows!
Fill a spray bottle with distilled white vinegar and spray it over the bicarbmix. It should start bubbling up into a thick mixture that is perfect for tackling grout.
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