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How to clean the grout between tiles

No matter how clean your tiles are, if the cavity or joint between them is dirty, they will look dirty. Since the mortar is between the tiles and is not as smooth as its surfaces, the dirt that easily escapes from the tiles collects in these spaces through daily use, e.g. When cleaning the grout, the countertops or the sanitary floors are also preserved, which prevents the spread of bacteria.


Keep your tile grout clean (Jupiterimages / Polka Dot / Getty Images)
  1. Sweep or wipe the tiles with a clean cloth to remove dirt from the surface.

  2. Apply a grout cleaner to an old toothbrush. Rub the toothbrush into the indentations between the tiles. Alternatively, you can dip the brush in a mixture of bleach and water (50% each) and rub it into the grout between the tiles.

  3. Let the tile cleaner or water / bleach mixture sit for ten to twenty minutes to allow the product to soak up the dirt.

  4. Rub off the tile grout with a clean, damp cloth. When cleaning the floor, wipe the entire surface with a clean mop and soapy water. Otherwise, use a clean cloth with warm soapy water on the surface.


  • Apply a grout to prevent staining.

What you need

  • broom
  • Clean cloth
  • Grout cleaner
  • toothbrush
  • Mixture of bleach and water (50% each)
  • mop
  • Warm and soapy water
  • Joint sealing