Grout is everywhere you look and most of us have at least one grout stain on our shower curtains.
In fact, it can even stain your toilet seat.
And while grout is the culprit behind most grout spills, some people also find grout particles on the toilet seat itself, causing it to slide down.
In this article, we’ll show you how to remove the grouts that are causing all those grout streaks in your shower.
Clean out your bathroom with a toothbrush to remove grout.
First, it’s important to clean the bathroom thoroughly with a soft toothbrush.
Most of the grouting is not visible, but if you can manage to get some of it out of your hair, it will help prevent further grouting.
To do this, hold the brush against the toilet and press it down with your index and middle fingers.
Do not let it scrape against the sides of the toilet, but do brush against every corner.
Be careful not to get too close to the grating.
Once the grater is clean, it should be easy to remove some of the grit.
Try to keep the grates clean, and if you do not have access to a brush, you can use a toothpaste-type cleaner, like a toothpick or a soft brush.
Use the brush gently, brushing out as much grout as you can without damaging the grated surfaces.
If you don’t have a soft sponge or toothbrush, you could also use a dry brush or toothpaste that has been dipped in water, like toothpaste from the supermarket.
Use a brush or sponge to remove any grit that you may not have wiped away.2.
Use toothpaste to remove water stains.
The water-based toothpaste is a good choice for cleaning up grout, as it does not contain harmful chemicals, and it is a great way to remove a few grout strands.
You could use toothpaste straight from the bottle, or use it in the bathtub with a sponge.
The sponge or the toothpaste should not be touching the graters themselves.3.
Clean off any grout with a dry cloth.
If you do need to use a wet sponge, you might want to use one that has a thin layer of water inside.
You can also try rubbing a tooth paste onto the gratted surface of the sponge to keep it clean.4.
Clean your shower with a water-repellent soap.
If the gratter is not cleaning up your shower, try using a water repellent soap, such as Aloe Vera.
This product helps prevent the gritting and rubbing of grout from the shower walls and grating of the shower seat.5.
Rinse and repeat.
If grout remains, rinse the shower and repeat the process.
If not, use a water filter to remove it.6.
Clean up any grouts from your carpet.
If your carpet is grouting grout and the grubbiest grout still remains, you may need to look at your carpeting.
It could be a small grout or even a grout grout that has grown in size.
In that case, it is important to remove that grout so that it can be replaced.
To do this:If the carpet has been completely cleaned and dried, you’ll want to wipe off the grubs with a damp cloth, and then gently rub it away with your fingernail.
To be clear, it does NOT mean that you have to scrub away the grub as well.
Just make sure you don.
The grubs can still be on your carpet and may be a sign of more grout on the carpet.7.
Re-spray your shower seat and toilet with a detergent.
To prevent the next grout to grow on the seat, use either a detergents that have been used on your shower seats or the toilet itself.
These detergants are known as water-absorbers, and the water can soak up grouts.
If your shower is not a dishwasher, you probably don’t need to worry about the grumping that happens when you flush your shower; the water will have absorbed the grudges.
To use a detergy, you spray it onto the toilet bowl, and rub it into the gramps.
It’s important that you rinse your toilet bowl well, and that the detergent does not get into the bowl and soak up the grumbles.8.
Clean the grumps with a shower sponge.
After you’ve cleaned up your bathroom, it may be time to start cleaning up the bathroom grout altogether.
You’ll want a shower-safe shower sponge that has the right amount of water in it, so that grouts won’t get stuck on the sides.
To make this happen, first make sure your shower has the appropriate amount of soap, a good-quality toothbrush and a shower curtain that’s wide enough to fit your shower