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How To Clean Tile Grout Without Bleach

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I can answer questions about, Grout and ceramic tile restoration and installation. This topic generally focuses on new or old installations that have an existing problem. I can offer advice on how to correct common made installation mistakes. Such as, cementitious grout problems, efflorescence, ghosting, shading, and flashing. And tile installation problems such as, floor deflection, slip resistance, loose tiles, vapor transmission and many others. These are just a few of the problems associated with new tile and grout installations. I can also offer advice with restoring old tile and grout problems such as, sealer removal, re-sealing, grout re-coloring, grout repair, and caulking.

Cleaning your tile and grout with bleach is a bit of a taboo proposition. It’s one of those things that not everyone recommends, but everybody does anyway. I’m here to tell you that it is perfectly fine and does a great job of cleaning your bathroom floor. You just have to do it the right way and be sure to use the right kind of bleach. Clorox® Regular-Bleach is the best value, as it disinfects 33% more than store-brand bleach, which is exactly what you want when it comes to cleaning up around your toilet.

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I can answer questions about, Grout and ceramic tile restoration and installation. This topic generally focuses on new or old installations that have an existing problem. I can offer advice on how to correct common made installation mistakes. Such as, cementitious grout problems, efflorescence, ghosting, shading, and flashing. And tile installation problems such as, floor deflection, slip resistance, loose tiles, vapor transmission and many others. These are just a few of the problems associated with new tile and grout installations. I can also offer advice with restoring old tile and grout problems such as, sealer removal, re-sealing, grout re-coloring, grout repair, and caulking.

Cleaning your tile and grout with bleach is a bit of a taboo proposition. It’s one of those things that not everyone recommends, but everybody does anyway. I’m here to tell you that it is perfectly fine and does a great job of cleaning your bathroom floor. You just have to do it the right way and be sure to use the right kind of bleach. Clorox® Regular-Bleach is the best value, as it disinfects 33% more than store-brand bleach, which is exactly what you want when it comes to cleaning up around your toilet.