How to Clean Grout on Tile Floors With Hydrogen Peroxide

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.

Essential Tips

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)


  1.  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.

  2. Let it Dwell!

    It is recommended that you give the mixture some time to dwell, the longer the better.

  3. Start Scrubbing

    Begin to scrub grout vigorously with a hard toothbrush.  This will help to loosen this dirt.

  4. 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.