• 3 Tips for Removing Common Tile and Grout Stains

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    Don’t lose the fight to tile and grout stains.

    Tile and grout stains are part of life when you have tile flooring, but you don’t have to give up and just live with them. Take a look at three tips for removing common stains from your flooring grout:

    Tip #1: Handy Tools You Have Around the House

    An old toothbrush is a simple tool you can use when dealing with grout stains. Mix baking soda and hydrogen peroxide into a paste and use on the toothbrush to scrub the grout and work out the stains. Rinse completely and scrub any lingering discoloration with the toothbrush and baking soda mixture.

    Tip #2: Vinegar Is the Next Best Weapon

    Vinegar mixed with water and sprayed on tile grout can help get out stains. Spray on the mixture and let it sit for five minutes, then scrub with a stiff brush. This mix can also help clean the tile itself and get rid of the haze on the surface.

    Tip #3: Don't Forget Professional Cleaning

    When you have stains from use, even mold and mildew from a humid environment, it can be a challenge to keep your tile and grout clean. The good news is that professional cleaning can not only bring back the shine, but it can get your grout lines as clean as they were when they were new.

    Instead of living with dirty and stained flooring, or spending your time scrubbing your grout lines, contact our team of experts at Whitehall Carpet Cleaning for professional tile and grout cleaning. It’s time to get your tile flooring in beautiful shape once again.

    By: Matt Lashway Thursday, January 18, 2018
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