How to Clean Tiles and Grout
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Grout is literally the glue that keeps our tile floors together. Sometimes, that glue gets dirty. Here are a few ways to best clean both tile and grout.
Before mopping, use Swiffer Sweeper. Its textured cloths conform to the surface of your floor to trap and lock dirt, dust and hair. These methods will help you avoid scratching your tiling before you mop. Then, gently wipe down everything with water.
Sweeper wet cloths can also help break up and dissolve any remaining tough messes, giving your floors a powerful clean, and finishing the job.
If you’re looking for some extra cleaning power, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath Scrubber is a fantastic option to remove deep-seated dirt, grime and stains from your tile—so give the big, bald man a shout!
A simple cleaning lifehack is creating a baking soda and water paste, then letting it sit in the grout for 15 minutes. Then brush away any dirt and grime with a firm toothbrush.
A 2-in-1 hard surface sweeping and mopping tool. The dry cloth has deep ridges and grooves that conform to the surface of your floor to trap and lock dirt, dust and hair, while the wet cloth dissolves dirt and grime and traps it away giving you an amazing clean.
Textured wet mopping pad cloths trap and lock dirt deep in cloth.
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