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Woman shares ‘best’ homemade grout cleaner that removes stains in minutes

Dirty grout is a pain. The substance that fills the gap between the tiles can quickly start to collect dirt, stains or even mold and mildew – and it can be difficult to get rid of.

However, Jayden Copeland, renowned cleaning guru and founder of Back Road Bloom, has revealed her ‘amazing’ homemade grout cleaning recipe made with natural ingredients. In her words: “I don’t like to be too dramatic, but this is a miracle. Okay, that’s dramatic, but I just want you to know that this homemade grout cleaner works SO WELL”.




Jayden admitted she didn’t know how dirty her tiles were until she tried to clean the grout and found the persistent dark stains, the Express reports. She said: “Guys it was sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood Like worse than I thought…I didn’t know how bad it was until after I cleaned it. Like I said, it’s a white putty, but it honestly looked close up close. to black (maybe a dark brown? !)”.

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After various trials and errors of various methods, Jayden discovered the “best” way to tackle grout stains with an effortless DIY solution she created using ingredients found in her home.

How to make the “best” homemade tile grout cleaner

Jayden said: “You can whiten your grout completely again with a simple homemade grout cleaner using baking soda, hydrogen peroxide, dish soap and a scrub brush or toothbrush. “This natural DIY grout cleaner will take dirty, black-looking grout and make it completely white again!”

This means you will need:

  • 220 grams of sodium bicarbonate
  • 120 ml of hydrogen peroxide
  • Two spoons of soap
  • A small or medium-sized bowl
  • Hand washing brush or toothbrush

Baking soda is slightly abrasive, which makes it ideal for removing dirt without damaging the cleaned surface.

Jayden explained: “Baking soda is a wonderful, all-natural cleaner. I love using baking soda in all my natural, DIY projects. It is non-toxic, safe and effective.”