Before using any chemicals, scrub the grout with water to dislodge loose debris. Rinse thoroughly, and then go in with the hydrogen peroxide.
You can start scrubbing immediately to remove mold and mildew with the toothbrush or let the hydrogen peroxide sit on the grout for a few minutes if there are stubborn marks. Remember to pay particular attention to the corners and crevices for the best shower grout clean.
If you find stubborn spots that need attention, apply more hydrogen peroxide and allow it to sit for longer before scrubbing.
Once finished, rinse again and dry with a Buff™ Microfiber Towel. This is the most effective and safest way to clean the grout in your shower.
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The Best Way to Clean Your Shower and Grout
Cleaning your shower and grout this way ensures efficiency and safety. If you take the time to select the correct cleaning products, you reduce surface damage, fatigue, and needless surface wear from over-scrubbing.
Employing strong caustic acids, heavy abrasives, and sharp scraping or scouring tools takes years off surfaces’ usable life and damages the environment. Use gentle yet effective soaps and tools to extend the lifespan of the bathroom surfaces and increase cleaner safety.
Aggressive cleaners should only be used as rare shock treatments in cases of extreme neglect. But always remember, less is more!
The two-stage scrub process greatly reduces the needless energy expenditure of heavy scrubbing on areas that don’t need it. It also reduces the wear on the shower tile and grout being needlessly scrubbed, extending the life of grout sealants and tile appearance.
How to clean other parts of a shower
This article wouldn’t be complete without showing you how to clean the rest of the shower; the shower head, the shower glass, and the plastic shower curtain liner.
How to clean a shower head