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06-07-2016 06:36 AM
shindery4 such a great information thanx dude
06-01-2016 12:12 AM
eyocham We lived in an old condo while we were building our house and the grout was DISGUSTING. I tried everything, and not much worked. The best that I came up with was Comet with bleach in a paste that set for several hours and then scrubbed with steel wool. It helped, but it didn't fully restore the light color.
05-13-2016 04:01 PM
dpuk44 thanks man
03-15-2016 01:04 AM
steamprony The grout should be sealed on a regular basis. Prior to sealing, the tile should be cleaned thoroughly and dried completely. Perfectly sealed grout and tile repels moisture and also protects the floor from stains as well as discoloration. You should take advice from the manufacturer, regarding the type of tile and grout sealant.
03-07-2013 12:16 PM
remove stain There is also a bunch of information you can get by searching the web, but the quality is generally low.
03-07-2013 12:15 PM
remove stain
Getting Stains out of Grout

Hi Friends,

This topic has come up again and again. I'm hoping that this thread can be the be all end all on the topic of cleaning and removing stains from grout.

The topic is covered extensively in this web tutorial:

The coverage in the article is a fantastic starting point.

I'm continuing to collect information on this topic for our domestic and commercial customers. Any other ideas?

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