Clean your bathroom tile grout using these 7 methods

Cleaning your bathroom tile can be very difficult because it is actually hard to find a way to get to the gunk that sits between the grooves. But fear not, because we bring you 7 methods to effectively clean the bathroom tile.
1. Scrubbing Bubbles
First, get rid of the top layer of soap that sits on your tile using a damp cloth to wipe it off, then start spraying Scrubbing Bubbles Foaming Bleach cleaner all over your tiles, then grab an old toothbrush and start scrubbing the grout that sits between the tiles and use a dry towel to wipe everything clean.
2. Baking soda & vinegar 
Mix vinegar with water, then pour the solution in a spray bottle and start spraying it on your bathroom tile and let it sit for about 5 minutes, then use either a scrub brush or a toothbrush to scrub the grout. Once done, use warm water to rinse the vinegar, and mix baking soda with water to create a paste that you can use to smear the grout lines. Spray again the solution you made, but this time after applying and scrubbing the paste to cause a bubble formation and let it sit for a few minutes, then use warm water to rinse and that is it.
3. Hydrogen peroxide
Use hydrogen peroxide if the grout is stained. Spray hydrogen peroxide directly on the grout and let sit for a couple of minutes, then use warm water to rinse. If the stains are hard to get rid of, then mix hydrogen peroxide with baking soda to make a paste that you can scrub directly into the grout.
4. Borax & lemon juice 
Mix half a teaspoon of lemon juice with 1/4 cup of borax and a couple of liquid soap squirts until you have a paste, then use a toothbrush to scrub it into the grout and let it sit for a couple of minutes, then use warm water to rinse.
5. Bleach & baking soda 
Tough grout stains require tougher methods. Make a paste by mixing 1/4 cup of bleach with 3/4 cup of baking soda, then smear it on the grout and let it sit for about 15 minutes, then use a scrub brush to scrub the paste in the grout and let sot for another 15 minutes, then use warm water to rinse.
6. Limescale Remover 
You have to spend a little bit more time scrubbing if you have moldy grout sitting on your tile. Use limescale remover to remove the moldy grout lines, then add in some Fairy Liquid to the rough side of your sponge and start scrubbing those grout lines, this way you can remove any dirt type you have on your tile.
7. Salt 
Salt can be useful if you want to deal with mold in your grout lines. Wet the grout then use a damp cloth to scrub the salt into the grout, then let it stay for a whole night, then rinse everything away the next day.