Start by spraying your spray bottle on the grout lines with a grout cleaner, gently rub the area in a circular motion and let it sit for 10 minutes on the marble shower tiles. Then use an old toothbrush to scrub the grout, working in small sections until the marble shower tiles are clean.
Finally, rinse away any leftover cleaner with warm water and allow the grout to air dry or use a paper towel to buff dry if needed. With just a little bit of effort, you can have your grout looking like new again.
Most stains, even rust stains
, mold and mildew can be completely removed with ph-neutral cleaners from any marble surface, this includes marble floors and marble showersSTEP 4: Scrub the grout with a stiff brush until it's clean
You can use several different techniques to clean your grout, but one of the most effective is to scrub it with a stiff brush. This will help to loosen any dirt or grime that's built up on the surface.
You may need to put some elbow grease into it, but eventually, you'll see the results you're looking for. Be sure to rinse the area well afterwards to remove any soap residue. You'll be surprised at how much difference this simple method can make.STEP 5: Rinse off the shower and re-install the hardware
Every day, our showers see a lot of use. Over time, this can lead to a build-up of soap scum, mildew, and other grime. Not only does this make our showers less pleasant to use, but it can also be damaging to the hardware.
To keep our showers looking and functioning at their best, it is important to give them a good cleaning regularly. This means taking the time to rinse off the walls and scrub away any stubborn stains.
It also means uninstalling the showerhead, faucets, and other hardware so that we can clean behind them and remove any mineral deposits.
By taking a few minutes to clean our showers regularly, we can help them stay in good condition for years to come.