How to remove grout

There are several ways to remove grout that is trapped between floor tiles and we will present them to you.

Hiring a professional cleaning company:

Grout removingThis is the easiest and most efficient way to deal with grout. By hiring a cleaning company you won’t have to invest any of your personal time and energy into the task. In fact the only thing that you will have to do is to call  and book its cleaning services. The only downside of this approach is that it can be costly at times.

Steam cleaning:

To remove the grout via steam cleaning you must own a steam cleaning machine. Bear in mind that these machines are expensive, so it is preferable that you rent one instead. You can rent a steam cleaning machine from any cleaning company that operates in your area. Once you have rented the machine, you must read and follow the instructions to remove the grout from your flooring.

Treating the grout with chlorine bleach and baking soda:

Get a small bucket or laver and pour a cup of baking soda in it. Add ½ a cup of chlorine bleach to the baking soda and commence stirring the mixture with a paint stirrer. Stir until the mixture becomes a paste. Now get a brush and dip it into the grout removing paste. Apply the paste on the grout and allow it to sit for approximately 15 minutes before you commence scrubbing. Always work one section at a time and prevent the paste from drying on the sections which you aren’t treating. Finish the grout removing by rising the floor with clean water and mopping the floor.

Cleaning with oxygen bleach:

Get a bucket and pour one cup of oxygen bleach into it. Then fill the bucket with water and allow the ingredients to mix for about five minutes. Before you apply the mixture on your floor, make sure that your floor is completely dry. Also know that bleach is a strong chemical that can damage wooden surfaces and carpets. So if you have such features in close proximity to the flooring that you are treating make sure to remove them, before you start the grout removing. Now pour the mixture over your floor and allow it to soak into the grout for half an hour. Once the grout remover has soaked in, scrub the grout away by using a nylon-bristled brush. When all the grout is removed, rinse and mop your floor with clean fresh water.