Humeshed has found you the simplest and safest method of cleaning grout on tile floors with hydrogen peroxide. This method only needs, a bottle of Hydrogen Peroxide, a toothbrush, and baking soda.
Before you mix the paste, we have a few tips that will help you achieve the best results.
For tough grout buildup: Leave the paste on for about 20 mins.
Use dishwashing detergent: Use dishwashing detergent to bore through the grime that gets stuck onto tile floors.
Have a microfiber cloth nearby: Sometimes, we make a mess when trying to clean one. It’s most useful to prepare for overage by having a microfiber cloth nearby.
What You’ll Need
- Baking Soda
- Hydrogen Peroxide
- Dishwashing Detergent (Optional)
Mix ingredients together
Blend together the ingredients, so that paste is smooth and thick. pour paste onto the grout, wait 15-20 minutes, scrub with toothbrush and rinse.
Let it Dwell!
It is recommended that you give the mixture some time to dwell, the longer the better.
Begin to scrub grout vigorously with a hard toothbrush. This will help to loosen this dirt.
Rinse and Mop the Area
When grout cleaning it is best that you use warm water, along with dishwashing detergent for a gentle mop.
We’re excited to share this safe and simple, All-Natural Cleaner with you! It works great for variety of household appliances and stain removal.
About The Author: Hi, I’m Jessica. I’m a Mom of 2 and I love DIY hacks, home decor ideas and non-toxic cleaning tips. I created this website to share my knowledge with a community of like-minded people who love simple, easy and safe ways to keep their home clean and inspiring. I hope you enjoy!