You fastidiously mop your floors every week. You wipe your feet constantly and you’re extra careful about spillages. You even break out the toothbrush and a serious dollop of elbow grease every so often. And yet, your grouting is a wicked greenish brown mess. Why the...
Why Grout Gets Dirty (And What To Do About It)
No matter how fastidiously you clean your floors, the very nature of grouting material means it’s going to attract dirt.
Using too much detergent can be equally bad for your tiles, because it leaves a residue that actually attracts more dirt.
Even though it may sound counter-intuitive, cutting down on detergent and rinsing with clean water more often can work wonders for your tiles.
For The Best Results, Get Professional Help
Professional tile and grout cleaners have specialized equipment that attacks the deepest reaches of your tile and grout and extracts even the toughest dirt and stains.