Clean floor grout by making a baking soda paste, applying it to the grout, scrubbing the grout, spraying tile cleaner on badly stained areas and rinsing the grout. This takes only a few minutes. You need baking soda, war... More »

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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, rubb... More »

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To clean floor tile grout, start with warm water and a stiff-bristled brush. Spray a solution of warm water and white vinegar over the grout. Cleaning one room with this process takes about 45 minutes and requires a spra... More »

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Clean the soleplate of an iron by applying a baking soda and water paste to areas with mineral deposits, wiping away the paste and deposits in a few minutes, cleaning the steam vents with a cotton swab, filling the reser... More »

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Tile a floor by preparing the surface, applying mastic to the backer board, placing and cutting the tile, applying grout and adding sealer. The amount of time needed varies, and you need backer board, self-leveling cemen... More »

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To clean grout with baking soda, make a paste by mixing baking soda with water, and work the paste into the grout with a toothbrush or scrub brush. Mix a solution of 1 to 1 water and vinegar in a spray bottle, and spray ... More »

Deep clean a stainless steel sink by washing it with warm water, mild dish detergent and a soft cloth; if extra scrubbing is necessary, use a baking soda paste. A mixture of one part vinegar and one part water removes mi... More »

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