How Do I Clean Ceramic Tile Grout Joints?

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Dirt can build up in the grout joints of ceramic tile. Clean your grout easily with a toothbrush and tips from a professional contractor in this free video on cleaning tile grout joints.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Chris Wade, and I'm a Contractor from the City of Los Angeles. Today, I'm going to show you how to clean grout joints in tile. Your grout joints are dirty and you want to clean them. This works pretty much in any type of a grout whether it's ceramic, porcelain, granite, whatever it maybe. Basically, we're going to take a, a toothbrush and some a, some water with some, a couple of teaspoons of like vinegar and we're just going to spray on top of here. You could use peroxide; diluted peroxide or diluted vinegar, whichever, whatever you have available. Either one works just as good. Take your toothbrush, get inside those grout lines; just get it nice and clean, a little bit of elbow grease. You know, if you do this once or twice a month, I guarantee you, it won't be not, it won't, it will not be that difficult to do. Just maintain it. One, a vinegar or peroxide, they work just as well as the other one. Just, if you, if you maintain this a couple times a week, I guarantee you that it'll keep it looking fresh. You want to rag, just wipe it down; get all the water off of it. This is what you do to clean the grout joints in your tile.


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