Often light-coloured and extremely porous, grout is prone to staining. The biggest culprits are mould and mildew, which can turn your grout an unpleasant grey colour, but a build-up of shampoo and shower gel can also turn your bathroom grout an unappealing shade of yellow or orange.
Thankfully, cleaning mouldy or discoloured grout is easier than you might think, and it’s a quick way to transform your bathroom and breathe new life into it. When it comes to cleaning shower grout and grout around your sink and bath, always start with the mildest method first, and work your way up to harsher cleaners if necessary. Whichever method or mixture you chose, it is important to clean the area thoroughly and get rid of any debris and residue before you target the grout.
Read on for tips on how to clean bathroom grout and how to keep it clean for longer.