Grout is wonderful for filling the spaces between tiles, for preventing leakage, and for giving your floors a finished look. But it can be a pain to clean, especially when there is a buildup of grime, dirt, soap scum, and other debris. In addition to dirt and discolouration, there is also a risk of mould growth on the grout that is caused by an abundance of moisture in an area (most commonly the laundry room and bathroom). The mould will then cause unpleasant odours and can even damage your ceiling, walls, and floors.
To help you prevent such problems and avoid premature grout replacement, we outline effective ways to eliminate and remove stains and other debris: Continue reading