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DIY Grout Cleaner

Grout is something we all must deal with at one point in your life. This grout cleaner is a great little project and can be a handy gift. You can include the ingredients in a great little holiday gift basket. The cleaner can dry up over time and is best used right after making

Are your bathroom tiles sorely left alone? Has your grout been stained and now looks a mess? Replacing grout can be an expensive undertaking so why not DIY it and clean it.

Cleaning a bathroom with products can be a toxic mess. Most cleaners have bleach and other harsh chemicals, turning your bathroom into a health issue. For only a few bucks, you can make a natural cleaning solution that will whiten your grout and clean your tub and bathroom tile without the need for a protection. Mix all your ingredients together and use liberally on surfaces, scrubbing with a toothbrush for more precision and scrub brush for a larger area.

You will need 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/4 cup hydrogen peroxide and 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap.

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