You’ll be able to keep your tile floors, walls and countertops looking a whole lot cleaner if you also focus on cleaning the grout. Tile generally does a good job of resisting dirt and stains because it is designed to do so. The grout, however, is porous, meaning it will absorb dirt and spills to stain much more easily. The kind of grime that gets into the grout will vary based on where the tile is located—you’ll get food and liquid spills in a kitchen, soap and mildew in a bathroom and general dirt and muck in an entryway. With... View Article
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