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Old 12-08-2011, 02:11 PM   #1
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cleaning dirty gout???


sorry to ask a question that has been asked a million times but what can a homeowner use and the procedure to clean dirty grout in high traffic areas in my bathroom? Best sealers?

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sorry to ask a question that has been asked a million times but what can a homeowner use and the procedure to clean dirty grout in high traffic areas in my bathroom? Best sealers?
Steam/Aqua Mix

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I've used Mr. Clean Magic eraser and it works great. Also baking soda and water in a paste works well.
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Foam carpet spray works great. You spray it on and let it sit approx 3 or so mins and u a scrub brush and it will turn them back to the original color.
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