Homemade Grout Cleaner- Getting down on all fours to scrub out your tub while breathing in toxic fumes is not fun. As one can imagine, inhaling these chemicals is not good for your lungs. Make your own homemade grout cleaner mixing up a ratio of 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide, and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap. Shake it all.
How to replace black moldy caulk and clean a tile shower. Ugh. Gonna have to do this with one of our showers since every other pinterest tip on cleaning moldy caulk just ain't making it looking good as new! Ewwwwww.
Stick a light-colored, porous material between tiles—where spills are likely to settle and mildew is undoubtedly going to grow—and you can bet it’s not going to be a pretty situation. And once stains set in, scrubbing them clean is no one’s idea of a fun afternoon. But the promise of fresh, gleaming grout? It keeps us fighting the good fight. The secret to making grout cleaning as pain-free as possible is to only get as serious as you need to: Start with a natural spray and work your way up…
Cleans grout, tile, stainless pots & pans, oven (inside & out), glass (including windows & soap scum off shower doors), car rims & mufflers, only thing it can't be used on is marble. Very little scrubbing & it cost less than 2 bucks!! When vinegar & baking soda won't work this stuff definately will!