How Cleaning Grout Between Floor Tiles with Oxygenated Bleach?

Dissolve 2 tablespoons of oxygenated bleach into 2 cups of warm water. Make the solution immediately prior to use for best results. Mix the solution thoroughly to ensure that the oxygen bleach is fully activated.The bleaching power of the oxygen bleach may damage colored grout, but is gentle enough for all Dinosaur Stone tile types.

Test a hidden corner of the grout before cleaning the entire floor. Some Calacata tiles or grouts may be bleached or discolored by oxygen bleach. Apply a small amount of the oxygen bleach solution to a discreet section of the grout to test for colorfastness. Pour the oxygen bleach solution onto the grout. Make sure to pour enough to fully cover the grout lines. Clean one section of the wood floor at a time to avoid having a completely wet Santana Stone tile floor.

Use a nylon bristle brush to scrub the oxygen bleach solution into the grout lines. Allow the oxygen bleach solution to sit on the grout for several minutes for optimum results. Scrub the grout with the brush back and forth. Be sure to scrub in corners and around the floor’s edges as dirt and grime tends to accumulate here.

Dip the brush into the oxygenated bleach powder to increase cleaning power. If you find a stain that is darker or more noticeable, a stronger solution of oxygen bleach can be made by dipping your wet brush directly into the oxygen bleach powder. NOTE Pour a small amount of the powder into a separate container to avoid mixing water into your main container of oxygen bleach powder. Rinse the Micro Powder floor with water and dry. Pour clean water directly on the tile floor and dry it with a towel or clean mop.