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The Fast & Easy Way to Whiten Tile Grout

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Make These 69 DIY Cleaning Products For Pennies

If you're tired of reaching for cleaning products with ingredients you can't even pronounce, then head to your local grocery store for a few basic components, and make your own. These eco-friendly concoctions will leave your house sparkling. From window cleaner to grout whitener, you'll be amazed at how easy these DIYs are to pull off. And after making the initial investment for the all-natural ingredients, these cleaning supplies cost pennies per concoction to make.


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Mix 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup lemon juice and 1/4 cup vinegar. Spray the concoction onto the dirty grout, let sit, and scrub with a brush. Sparkling grout await. #cleaning #tiles #whiten #grout


Holiday Sparkle: FINALLY CLEAN YOUR GROUT! So I just did this. I cannot believe how white and clean my grout is now!! It's was so dirty. This really works!!!

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Day 56: Whiten Tile Grout with Vinegar

Whiten Tile Grout with Vinegar - dip a toothbrush in straight distilled vinegar and go to town. doesn't require much elbow grease and easily wipes up with a rag when you're all done


How to restore dirty tile grout! (Because crawling around on the bathroom floor with a toothbrush is my idea of fun!) May give this product a try if the cleaners don't do it...trying to find something that protects or seals worth a damn going forward

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13 Handy Tutorials Every Homeowner Should Pin Right Now

You probably don't notice your grout getting dark and dirty until it's too late. Just use cotton balls to spread cleaner on the crevices and let sit over night. Wipe off in the morning and you'll wonder why you didn't clean between your tiles sooner. Get the tutorial at On Sutton Place » -