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Old 02-10-2004, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default What's the best way to clean grout?

Like the question says, I would like to clean the grout between our tile. Is there any special way to do it. I tried using a toothbrush and some bleach on a small section and it worked OK but not the best. The grout started life as an almost white color.

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Bleach or some kind of bleach-spray works best, but it still requires scrubbing.

It's all about dark-grey groat; doesn't show a thing.
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Eric - People say Coke works wonder.. Give it a try
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It does, Also helps for poo stained toilets.
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Hire someone to do it..it is a pain in the arse.
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I'll try the coke thing out. Thanks.
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There are products at HD/Lowe's in the tile section specifically for cleaning grout. OxyClean lists it as an application on the tub, but I haven't tried it for that.

It's why I always use a non-white grout and seal. If you bought it like that, not much you can do other than clean it and seal, I guess.
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