I recently started using Scrubbing Bubbles on shower tile and it works
Even used it on the kitchen floor :o) Hubby is mechanic and the shower
coating of black grease on the floor - takes that off nicely. Our
shower tile is
quite old, and it seems like the glaze on the center of the floor is a
bit worn so
that dirt sticks more easily. Spray it on and let it work for a bit
The whole thing - walls and floor, tile and grout. Now, if someone
starts making a brush
that is wedged so it cleans corners, I'm all set :o) My regrout job
wasn't perfect, and there
are a couple of little defects that harbor mildew in the corners.
Black areas are likely mold. I would take laundry bleach and mop it
and leave it for 30 minutes, then after its dry try something like
Lime Away, CLR, a mild acid that removes lime scale. If that doesnt do
it a scrub brush and TSP, if you still are not satisfied there are
tools to cut into new grout.
Use strips of kitchen paper towels. Soak them in household bleach.
Lay the stips of paper along the grout. Wait 30 min (or more,
depending). Remove paper. Be sure to wear rubber gloves and don't
let the bleach touch clothing.
I think we are talking mostly about stain, not dirt.
There is also a "bleach pen" type thing you can buy from Target or
Walmart that does pretty much the same thing without the kitchen
towel. But it's pretty expensive (about $3 that'll clean a relatively
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