Funny how, whenever I'm about to throw a party, I suddenly notice serious funk that I've been
ignoring overlooking for far too long.
|Funky tile grout BEFORE|
While going through the motions of my standard sink/toilet/countertop cleaning the other day, I realized that the grout in our downstairs bathroom was looking pretty foul.
As always, you know me—I got to researching.
We're a modern family, steering away from harsh STANKIN' chemicals, so I was on the hunt for a safe, natural way to take the funk outta that grout.
And I found it. Easy peasy, friends!
|Make a thick paste by combining baking soda and vinegar and scrub into the grout.|
Then spray the white vinegar/water mixture onto the baking soda. The mixture will begin to fizz. Use your toothbrush to scrub your bubbly concoction into the grout.
For stubborn stains, I let the mixture sit for a few minutes and then reactivated with another white vinegar/water spritz before scrubbing again.
Result? Sparklin' white grout!
I was so impressed with how safe and effective this method was, and would absolutely recommend giving it a try before holding your breath through use of expensive, harsh, noxious cleansers.
|Heyo white grout! AFTER baking soda and white vinegar/water treatment|
Here's to spiffing up your grout without the headache of horrendous chemical stenches.
This method really worked—on the walls, the floor, the backsplash!
Have a wonderful, squeaky clean day, friends...and if you have any other great, safe ideas for household cleansers, send them our way!