How to Remove Discolorations from Grout

Ever find a random stain in your house? It could be yellow or brown or black or even red. Many stains can be easy to remove, but stains on grout can be trickier to remove.

Grout can easily become discolored in the shower and kitchen, especially with food and soap and dirt around.

Since grout is porous and usually light-colored, it will easily absorb the dark color of anything it comes in contact with and become discolored. With the right grout cleaning and sealing products, you can clean up any stain and it will look like it was never there. Remember, you want to clean up spills immediately, so the stain is easier to clean up.

Our team at Grout Shield can help you get rid of discolorations and stains in grout for good. You’ll never know it was there! Discoloations on your grout can make your kitchen or grout look old and dirty, even if you clean it regularly.

Besides getting rid of the discoloration, Grout Shield products also rid the grout of bacteria and other harmful germs that get absorbed into the grout lines over time. You never know what germs are hiding in rust.

Most home-cleaning products and articles may tell you to clean up the stains with bleach, ammonia or white vinegar. Sure, these chemicals and products may work, but they also aren’t really cleaning the grout, and many of these chemicals can actually cause the grout to crack or break.

To remove a stain, you will want to use Grout Shield’s Grout & Tile Deep Cleaner, which cleans and lifts deep and hard-to-clean stains out of the grout’s pores.

To use this cleaner, mix 1 ounce of the cleaner with 8 ounces of warm water. Then, brush the cleaner into the grout with a brush applicator. Let the mixture sit into the grout lines for a few minutes. Then, wipe away the cleaner with a sponge and towel dry the floor. The stain will be gone.

Now, if the stain still won’t fully disappear, you can make the grout color look like new again with Grout Shield’s color sealer. You just squeeze the sealer into the grout lines. Then, spread it into the grout lines with a brush applicator or your finger and wipe away the excess with a towel or chamois. You can choose any color in the world to recolor your grout. Check out our grout colors. The new grout color will get rid of the stain.

If you don’t need to recolor your grout, you should seal it with a clear grout sealer after cleaning it, to protect it from future spills and accidents. The next time a stain is in your grout, the sealer will prevent any substance from seeping into the grout lines, and you can clean up the stain with nothing left behind.

Check out the video below to see how easy it is to use and apply Grout Shield’s Grout & Tile Deep Cleaner and the color sealer.

Our cleaners and sealers are simple to use and apply. We guarantee the stain will be gone! Your home will look clean and refreshed! For more information on Grout Shield products, click our grout cleaning product page, or call toll free at 1-800-631-0716.

 

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