How to clean ‘yellowing’ grout: Best way to clean bathroom grout
Cleaning your bathroom tiles is easy enough, but getting into the nooks and crannies between is where things can become tricky.
Making your grout look clean and brand new can brighten up your whole bathroom - so in our book its well worth the elbow grease.
Your grout can become yellow if neglected over time, and because of the damp conditions in your bathroom, it can easily become full of mildew.
Grout can also turn yellow as a result of limescale from hard water, in which case you'll need to clean it often as the more limescale builds up, the harder it is to remove.
Grubby grout makes your whole bathroom look drab.
But, as with any cleaning job, if you have the know-how and some handy hacks, cleaning your bathroom grout can be easy.
Follow these tips for sparkling clean grout to make your bathroom look bright and brand new.
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