I’m sharing how to clean tile grout as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. All opinions are my own. #ZepSocialstars
Cleaning the bathroom can be a tedious task, but it’s a necessary household chore. I have shared many tips on cleaning different areas of the bathroom and ways to make cleaning easier. Today, lets talk about something I haven’t touched on: tile grout.
It seems like ever month or two, my parents are talking about renovating a different part of their house; Bedrooms, closets, the kitchen many different times, and then each bathroom. It’s always something. Most recently, they re-did their master bathroom. My dad gutted the entire thing, installed all new fixtures, new shower, tiled the floor and the bottom half of the walls.
He did it all himself. He put a lot of hours and sweat into that bathroom. Now, it’s all about maintaining it so his hard work continues to shine.
Since my mom knows my love for cleaning and Zep products, she asked for suggestions regarding their newly renovated bathroom. I took over a few of my favorite products, including Zep Grout Cleaner & Whitener. All their kitchen and bathroom makeovers involved a lot of tile work, so I knew it would be a key product for them to have.
Their new bathroom has a darker grout, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t need cleaned. Zep Grout Cleaner & Whitener is strong enough to clean the dirtiest grout lines with little or no scrubbing. However, it’s bleach-free formula is safe on colored grout. Using it is pretty simple.
Apply the cleaner to a 2ft x 2ft area (just to the grout lines) using the bottle’s built-in squirt top. Wait for about 2-3 minutes, allowing the cleaner to penetrate and do its work.
If there is a stubborn stain, use an old toothbrush or grout brush to work the cleaner in a little more. Thoroughly rinse the area with clean water washing off all the cleaner. Move to the next 2ft x 2ft area and repeat.
Zep Grout Cleaner & Whitener will keep their new bathroom looking new and help give their not-as-new bathrooms (and kitchen) a refreshed and new look.