SO we have our house on the market, our less than 1200 sqft, 3/1 has gotten small for our family of 4. I dream of having 2 bathrooms! lol With that, hubby and I went on a cleaning frenzy the weeks preceding listing it. I knew the entire house needed organizing and a good scrub down. One of my biggest concern was the bathroom. Our house was built in 1933. The grout in the bathroom was so gross! I had no idea how I'd clean it.. Then I saw something on a friend's pinterest page. A simple "recipe" of bleach and baking soda. Would it really work!? The answer-
All you need is:
3/4 c baking soda
1/4 c bleach
an old toothbrush
in the bowl until it forms sort of a thick paste. Then to the dirty grout lines and with your toothbrush.
Make sure to so the mixture can get in there and clean.
I scrubbed the grout and it's amazing how clean the the tiles look! It looked almost new. I mean, I was impressed! If your grouts are looking less than desirable, give it a try ;)
I got the instructions from practically functional.