3. Fight mold with hydrogen peroxide
If you have a mold problem in your grout, say in the bathroom, this is the solution you’re looking for. Wellness Mama says you should take 1 part Hydrogen Peroxide (3%) and 1 part water and combine it in a spray bottle. Spray over the grout and let it sit for about 45 minutes to an hour. After that rinse it and reveal clean grout.
Natural Living Ideas explains that salt has antibacterial properties, so it’s great for disinfecting, cleaning and scrubbing that stubbornly dark grout. In fact, the salt will literally suck the water out of the mold and kill it all together. Simply rub it into the grout with a damp cloth, let it sit overnight and then next day it will reveal a cleaner grout.
Pro tip: use a course salt, like Epsom salt
5. Citric acid
You’re probably already aware that citric acid helps lighten things — like when it’s used in beauty products to help fade dark spots. Well, Natural Living Ideas says you can use it for your dirty grout, too. The acid will kill off any mold and mildew, but if you really want to get a clean look mix it wth some baking soda when you rub it in.
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