To clean grout, spray the grout with mildew remover, scrub the grout with a grout brush, and then rinse it with clean water. Lastly, spray the cleaned grout with mildew remover to prevent stains. Use mildew remover, rubber gloves, a grout brush, a sponge and water to complete this task.
- Apply stain remover, and scub the grout
Protect your hands with rubber gloves, and saturate the grout with mildew remover. Be sure to use a cleaner that is designed to remove mildew. Use a grout brush to scrub the grout in the grout direction, and let the cleaner set for 15 minutes.
- Rinse the grout
Soak a sponge with clean water, and use the sponge to rinse the surface in order to remove all the dirt and cleaner residue. When rinsing, scrub away any remaining stains with a grout brush. Repeat the process as needed until all the dirt disappears, and allow the surface to dry.
- Protect the grout from stains
Once the grout is dry, lightly spray the grout with mildew remover to prevent any further stains, and allow the remover to dry. To prevent mold growth in the future, run a squeegee over the grout after every shower.