How to Banish Dirty Grout FAST: Mom uses a $2.30 ‘miracle’ purchase to transform her bathroom floor — no rigorous scrubbing required
- Australian mom transformed her filthy tile grout with a $2.30 product
- She cleaned discolored grout with Strike Bleach Toilet Gel from Woolworths
- The old, dirty grout was already in her new house when she moved in
A mom transformed the old, filthy grout around her bathroom tiles with a $2.30 product.
The Australian woman cleaned the discolored grout in her bathroom with Woolworths’ Strike Bleach Toilet Gel, designed to kill 99.99 percent of germs and remove stubborn stains from toilets.
She was impressed with the product that worked to tackle the dirty grout without spending hours scrubbing the floor.
A mom has revealed how she transformed the old, filthy grout around her tiles in her bathroom with a $2.30 product
The woman cleaned the discolored grout in her bathroom with Woolworths’ Strike Bleach Toilet Gel, designed to kill 99.99% of germs and remove stubborn stains from toilets
“I ran the bottle along the grout, let it sit for a few hours, brushed with a grout brush, soaked up the excess with old towels and then mopped twice with steam,” she wrote in a Facebook group.
“Recommend opening windows as bleach has an odor.”
The mom shared the transformation on social media, saying, “Tile porn provided by Strike Bleach Toilet Gel.
“I keep going back to the bathroom in shock—I can’t believe how dirty the grouting of our new house was when we moved in,” she said.
“Once I started I couldn’t stop, it’s become an obsession with cleaning… It was definitely a super easy process with no scrubbing.”
After sharing her results, hundreds were amazed at the “before” and “after” grout transformation, while others said they were eager to try the product.
She was impressed that the product worked to tackle the dirty grout without spending hours scrubbing the floor
‘Wow! I should give this a try,” one said, while another joked, “This needs a warning about sexually explicit content, because goddammit, this is sexy! I have to clean my floors.’
Others said they’ve used the same bathroom gel to clean their grout at home, and many claim it’s the “best grout cleaner.”
‘I use that too! It is so cheap and very effective at removing dirt from the grout. Our bathroom looks like new every time,” wrote one.
Another said, I’ve also recently used toilet cleaner bleach to clean my grout… turned out great.”
While one woman warned: ‘This is how I’ve always cleaned my grout, just make sure you don’t use colored bleach.
“Last time I did the grout in my bathroom I used blue toilet duck (didn’t think about it) and the grout now has a green tint so now I have to do it again.”
Meanwhile, others said they use other products to clean their joints.
Lemon juice is also great for this. I leave it on for about a minute and then scrub it a little and it comes out great,” one wrote.
Another said: ‘I found cleaning vinegar to work really well and the smell isn’t as harsh as bleach’, while one added: ‘I used the magic erasers and it was brilliant with no chemicals too.’