Grout Cleaner

DIY Grout Cleaner with Essential Oils

Creating your personal grout cleaner is easy to create using common ingredients you can find around your home. The essential oils used in lavender oil, tea tree oil, lemon oil, and this recipe, are ideal due to their antibacterial properties and pleasant scents.

DIY Grout Cleaner Recipe with Essential Oils
  • 1/2 cup baking soda
  • 3 tbsp Castile soap
  • 10 drops tea tree oil
  • 5 drops lavender oil
  • 5 drops lemon oil

Set the baking soda in a tiny, 12 ounce glass jar with a lid. Add the essential oils. Pour in the Castile soap. Until it’s a thin glue mix the ingredients well. Be sure to get down to the corners of this jar because the pop will remain dry.

Use a scraper if desired to get all of the ingredients thoroughly mixed. This recipe is a version of a normal shower cleaner recipe. To the grout, apply the glue with toothbrush or a scrub brush.

Let it sit for many minutes. Using the brush scrub along the grout. Go back another time using a brush. After the mix becomes wet, it will begin to foam, bringing dirt with it. Finally, using a moist rag, then wipe the grout and rinse with water.

If your grout still has some stubborn stains after trying these easy home made recipes, and the grout is old and cracking, it might be time for you to remove mortar from a tile. You can learn how to eliminate grout and replace it yourself without hiring a pro.

There are several ways to attack the job but make sure you put aside a little time to complete the undertaking, as it takes a time to do the work properly. You will be any time you’re finished or a DIY!

Whether you’re trying to save a bit of money on cleaning materials, or are trying to prevent using cleaners with toxic compounds, creating a homemade wrinkle cleaner is an easy way to accomplish goal.

Using everyday, inexpensive household goods, you can make a grout cleaner that will clean your grout without even leaving a toxic residue, so maintaining your family and the environment safe.


The effect of high traffic is that it dulls the floors, and grout gets dark due to dirt. Regular mopping is only for dirt at the surface.

Cleaning grout and tile professionally could cost you pennies when in comparison to the expense of replacing tiles. Contact us today to receive the estimate of one of our experts.

For a 300-square-foot area, the cleaning process typically requires between 1 and 3 hours. If you decide to seal the grout with a urethane finish, we suggest waiting for 24 hours after washing to apply a sealer to ensure that the sealer is able to adhere correctly. The process of sealing grout takes approximately two up to 3 hours. It varies according to the size of tile, amount of soil present in the grout, and the room’s configuration.

Our team will work with you to arrange an appointment after hours or to design an individual program to cleanse tiles in segments. Our technician will notify you of the dry times required.