I was quoted over £300 to get my grout cleaned – so I did it myself for £20 and the results were so satisfying | The Sun

KITCHEN and bathroom grout can get dirty pretty quickly from daily use.

And since most grout is white it can be a bit of a pain to keep clean, not to mention expensive if you want it done professionally.

But when one woman was quoted over £300 for the job of cleaning the grout on her tiles she decided to take matters into her own hands.

Sharing the results on online, TikTok user @the_dust_busters left viewers amazed by the cheap and cheerful transformation.

In the video the keen cleaner explained that she was quoteda whopping $400 (£325) for the job orginally.

Not wanting to fork out that much just to clean grout, she instead used a power drill brush, which she bagged online for under around £18, and toilet cleaner.


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"Just mopping was not cutting it," she explained.

The drill brush did all the hard work so the cleaning whizz didn't have to spend ages scrubbing – and the results are pretty impressive.

Not only did the brush list the surface level grime and dirt, but it also got rid of old stains and marks as well.

"So satisfying," she added.

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Before blitzing the tiles with the brush the grout had definitely seen better days, but the freshly cleaned grout looked as good as new.

In fact, the results were so good fellow cleaning fans wanted to give the trick a go for themselves.

One said: "I’ve never seen that drill scrubby thing- I’m now on a mission."

A second added: "Ok, but I need to know about this drill attachment."

Meanwhile, another user joked: "Wish I knew this when I was in high school. My mum would give us a toothbrush."

And someone else commented: "The Pink Stuff paste works wonders on my grout."

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