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Dirty grout joints

Porcelain and ceramic

fughesporcheDirt naturally accumulates in the grout joints between tiles, turning them black and unhygienic.

To clean floor tile joints, we recommend using a non-aggressive alkaline product like PS87 Heavy Duty Cleaner diluted 1:5 - 1:10. Scrub vigorously with an abrasive pad and rinse thoroughly.

For wall tile joints, use the handy FILAGROUT NET Grout Cleaner. Spray it directly on the grout and let sit for a few seconds. Scrub with an abrasive pad or brush and rinse with plenty of water. 

For tough stains, wash with DETERDEK Grout Haze Remover diluted 1:10. Let the product sit for a few minutes, then rub vigorously with an abrasive pad or large brush. Remove the residue with a cloth or wet vac and rinse with plenty of water. 

Once the surface is clean and dry, you can protect the joints with GROUT PROOF Grout Sealer.