How to Professionally Clean Your Grout | Without Getting On Your Hands & Knees

Posted on: March 1st, 2019 by

How to Professionally Clean Your Grout | Without Getting On Your Hands & Knees

How to Professionally Clean Your Grout Without Getting on Your Hands & Knees!!

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In this video, I show you how to clean your grout in 4 simple steps without ever getting on your hands and knees!

Step 1: Sweep or vacuum all the trash and crumbs from the floors.

Step 2: Apply Grout Eez to the tile grout and give it 5-10 minutes to dwell.

Step 3: Agitate the grout lines with the grout brush.

Step 4: Mop up the Mess
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Hi Friend,

What’s the best way to clean grout? This is the holy grail of cleaning questions (at least it seems that way to me).

This is Jeff from Home Repair Tutor and today I’m going to share a huge cleaning tip with you that one of my fans, Ashley Selph, discovered. While being 9 months pregnant she built the Grout GrimeBuster 3000 because it was hard for her to clean the grout.

She was super nice enough to forward how she did it. The total cost is around . And let me tell you that it works AWESOME!!!! You can attach the Grout GrimeBuster 3000 to your drill which makes it easy, quick, and super efficient.

In a prior cleaning experiment I figured out that 1/4 cup of OxiClean added to 2 cups of warm water was the perfect cleaning solution for grout. You can pour this solution on to your grout and tile, let it sit for 5-15 minutes (or longer depending on the grime), then use the GrimeBuster to clean everything.

Check out my video for more details.

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And if you’d like to know how to clean your shower doors and keep them that way then check out this other video I made. (how to remove soap scum from glass shower doors)

I share a quick tip that a lot of people have found to be SUPER helpful.

Have a great day!


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40 Responses

  1. Claude Bussieres says:

    Great video! Thanks for this.

  2. How to Hacks says:

    Use an oscillating tool with a brush attachment. Works wonders and it's really fast…

  3. Perusing Person says:

    So is bleach

  4. Ric L says:

    Really simple and practical. Thanks man!

  5. Faith Kwaku says:

    I know how to keep your floor clean. Don't wear shoes in your house. That's nasty

  6. Bill Hamilton says:

    Why is the lower cupboard door under the sink so filthy. Are you a savage?

  7. Sandra Marques says:

    I use oxiclean….get on the knees and scrub then mop and you clean the tiles as well. My way is cheaper.

  8. Angela P says:

    Are you sure your gout is supposed to be grey? 😱

  9. Valerie Wells says:

    Bending over to apply the product doesn't look fun. You should design a way to apply the product from an applicator on the end of a pole.

  10. Nick Nika says:

    Use a steamer with a small tip.

  11. Mich Tsomething says:

    I'm so embarrassed to invite people to the house bc if the bathroom grout ugh I look at it and want to cry. I'm so going to try your method.

  12. Tony Mantle says:

    So your 6 and a half minute video on tips to clean grout is…….wait for it…… grout cleaner! Genius.

  13. Stew says:

    Try this cleaner out Clean With Confidence this stuff actually did better than your video for $1. You will still have to buy a grout brush if you don't want to get on your hands and knees. It also has a small smell to it. I was staying at a hotel and they had the cleanest room I had ever saw and I asked them what they used to clean and this was it.

  14. Ann Soldano says:

    I used SC Johnson’s scrubbing bubbles. Spray a line along the grout with the foam, let it sit for 10 minutes. Wipe it with a damp sponge. No scrubbing. When the grout dries, it’s clean as a whistle. Repeat if necessary, for heavily soiled grout .

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  16. Charlene Ferguson says:

    Dream on, !!

  17. Amanda Elizabeth says:

    I like the cat

  18. Ernesto Llorente says:

    awesome vid…Thanks!

  19. venialivelizard says:

    Thanks man this helped me out with cleaning at work.

  20. MotorsportsX says:

    *not the best way to clean grout

  21. Dakota Velazquez says:

    My mom owns a cleaning business and she uses 'The works' toilet cleaner from the dollar store and it works crazy goof

  22. INGRAM says:

    Hydrogen Peroxide and baking soda

  23. How to Hacks says:

    Good video. But I've done this before and this isn't the best way. Use an oscillating tool not a drill. See the link below…

  24. lyricwritertoo says:

    Ok, 2 things, dont these attachments exist? And two the home made formulas been around for centuries, we just forgot them. Raised by a Scottish immigrant mother. And sorry I can scrub just as fast and well as that thing? In no way not saying its ingenious invention and go for it if you need it. Part of dirt issues is the calcium in water. My previous home I kept having issues cleaning the tile even without residue. My partner who I met 6 years ago also had a pool which I realized had softened water. I even used to wash my hair because it became uncombable with the hard house water. So I used pool water to wash the floor. Worked better, stains over time didnt stick. I also use magic brand shower cleaner everywhere. Need patience and few weeks to soak all calcium off. Then I use Weiman’s stainless steel clearer to clean but seal all. It’s a strange product. Emulsion but only mineral oil in it. I rub it in and buff it off like auto polish but its not really there, it becomes one with the molecules. I put it on plastic parts of coffee pot after I use Magic to take all calcium off, never sticks again.

  25. T38 Talon says:

    More power! You should only need ONE split washer…

  26. Pineapple Express says:

    5 dollars my ass lmao you forgot to tell people that you will need to buy a drill machine!

  27. saintcharlezful says:

    Use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda on the grout make a paste then let it sit for 30 minutes to 4 hours or however long you like. Then use the scrubber.

  28. richelle reynolds says:

    Just bleached it

  29. nick turner says:

    You can use it in your…

  30. No Brain says:

    i have to admit better than most are crap but that was so cool 🙂

  31. Maggie Blue says:

    but would you could you on a train? Would you could you on a plane?

  32. DNA iQ Sound Labs. says:

    Thank You!

  33. Steve Wood says:

    Just built my grime buster 3000 today and this works great! Can’t wait to finish my floors tomorrow. You saved me 150 bucks because I was getting ready to hire Stanley Steemer to come over. Thanks man!

  34. Gina Ferrer-Ho says:

    That is an excellent idea! Can't wait to try it!

  35. Jon Dearden says:

    So I used oxycodone like you recommended. It doesn't work, and seems quite expensive to use.

  36. Chip Fleming says:

    "Hex tap bolt"? That's normally just called a hex bolt. And the longer the bolt, the harder it is to control the brush. A 3" bolt length is probably more than enough. If you're going to use a longer bolt, put a loose sleeve over it that you can hold onto to better control the brush. Put a flat washer between the nut and the tubing and between the tubing and the drill chuck.

  37. Ryan Tishler says:

    If you look at the before and after pictures they're not even the same look at the grout lines are completely different

  38. johneleven25 says:

    Get it from eBay for a couple of bux.

  39. dimensional shift says:

    Definitely looks like Stephen King's son definitely!!

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