"AP Reports Hydrogen Peroxide Great for Tile Grout Cleaning"

cleaning tile grout with H2O2Hydrogen peroxide is showing up in all sorts of press this month.

An article in the Gwinnett Daily Post has an AP article extolling the virtues of hydrogen peroxide for tile grout cleaning… but we must say we want to give them a little more insight into the solution.

Don’t simply scrub the grout with a toothbrush soaked in h2o2; instead, use a spray bottle for your 3 percent solution of hydrogen peroxide… spray down the area to be cleaned first and let it stand for at least 15 minutes. Now use the toothbrush dipped in the hydrogen peroxide and do a little scrubbing. Then… repeat the spray down…

In another 15 minutes, any stains should be completely gone. Even the stains left in an “all teenage boy occupied” bathroom shower stall that hadn’t been properly cleaned in months only lasted through one application of this process… A good hand held extendable shower head makes the rinsing and final cleanup a snap. Just spray the area down with clean water and you’re done.

By the way, if you want to stop that staining from coming back, teach the folks who use the shower to spray it down with a 3 percent solution of hydrogen peroxide every few uses… Presto, no more stains forming, and no more big clean up jobs.

Now that’s my kind of cleaning!

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