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post #1 of Old 08-21-2011, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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what is the best chemicals to use when cleaning grout? What to use on construction clean when new ceramic tile just been grout to get up the haze left form grouting
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post #2 of Old 03-12-2012, 02:50 PM
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there is a product i know from victoria bay called tile & grout acid cleaner if you would like to check it out.
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I have used the clorox bleach pen to clean grout. i found that it works perfectly.
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what is the best chemicals to use when cleaning grout? What to use on construction clean when new ceramic tile just been grout to get up the haze left form grouting
Well, as per my point of view Oxygen bleach is one of the best chemical for grout cleaning. You can just mop a floor with trouble combined with powder fresh air lighten, leave for 30 minutes or more and next wash away.
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For some stains, simple household items like vinegar or baking soda can be effective cleaners. Use vinegar diluted with an equal amount of water, or make a paste of baking soda and a bit of water to clean the grout with. For heavy duty stains, use even stronger products such as oxygen bleach powder, hydrogen peroxide, or chlorine bleach. These products should be well diluted before use.
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For some stains, simple household items like vinegar or baking soda can be effective cleaners. Use vinegar diluted with an equal amount of water, or make a paste of baking soda and a bit of water to clean the grout with. For heavy duty stains, use even stronger products such as oxygen bleach powder, hydrogen peroxide, or chlorine bleach. These products should be well diluted before use.
As per my point of view using household items is best cleaners. You use baking soda for grout cleaning. You can use everyday to fresh the grout by preparing it with apple cider bright vinegar and using the remedy on the grout. Use a little sweep to perform the baking soda-vinegar combination into the grout and to eliminate the dirt.
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This , I don't know. Thanks rosalind, for great information. As with your idea of mixing with apple cider bright vinegar, the results are awesome. Cheers!
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This , I don't know. Thanks rosalind, for great information. As with your idea of mixing with apple cider bright vinegar, the results are awesome. Cheers!
Welcome yashinisherin. Even you use basic home cleaning products.Use your everyday ground cleaning product in the same manner as described for therapy. Simply cleaning over the grout is not as effective at eliminating dirt from the grout.
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Using a product called viper Vernon works great
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post #10 of Old 03-07-2013, 11:19 AM
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In specific cases a mixture of lemon and boiling water is enough to get grout white and clean again.
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Bleach will be the best option for grout cleaning.
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post #12 of Old 09-12-2015, 07:43 AM
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Viper Venom from Interlink supply works very well with the right equipment.
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ive had trouble with this, need an acid cleaner
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Depends on your soil for the grout.

If you believe it's organic (something that comes from live matter like oils, petroleum and microorganisms) use an alkaline cleaner.
But if it's inorganic (like water marks, metal or chalk deposits, and mineral buildup) use acids.

Commonly, grouts collect inorganic soils. I can recommend you use an acid cleaner for this one. Be careful, however, as concentrated acids can completely consume your grout! Use light solutions or at least diluted acids for your cleaning needs.

Good luck!
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D’Sapone will clean your grout using Imperia – a penetrating cleaner designed by pFOkUS. It will not damage the integrity of your surface. Once we clean your grout, we will seal it with Caponi – a two part pigmented titanium epoxy/resin sealer. It will make your surface waterproof with a 5 year labor warranty. To learn more, visit https://www.dsapone.com/georgia/atlanta/cleaning-grout/
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For some stains, simple household items like vinegar or baking soda can be effective cleaners. Use vinegar diluted with an equal amount of water, or make a paste of baking soda and a bit of water to clean the grout with. For heavy duty stains, use even stronger products such as oxygen bleach powder, hydrogen peroxide, or chlorine bleach. These products should be well diluted before use.

Hi,
I totally agree with you, Vinegar and baking soda are the best products for grout cleaning.
Thanks.
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baking soda - гniversal way))
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