If the grout lines between your kitchen or bathroom tile have seen better days, this DIY cleaner should do the trick. And you probably already have the ingredients in your home.
In this video from the Clean My Space YouTube channel, Melissa Maker shares seven different ways you can use hydrogen peroxide to clean around the house — including a DIY grout cleaner. Just mix two parts bicarbonate of soda to one part hydrogen peroxide, apply the paste to your dingy grout lines, let it sit for a few minutes then scrub it with a cleaning toothbrush. After you've scrubbed the stains away, use a wet rag to wipe away the paste.
7 Cool Ways to Use Hydrogen Peroxide! [YouTube]