With end of this year I would like to summarize activities on my website and thank all of you for reading it and leaving your comments. All this is very important to me and I have to say results turned up great. Please keep visiting my blog and sharing it with your friends and family, and I will do my best to make it interesting and frequently updated. Each view and comment count so keep up great job you are doing 🙂 thank you very much for that.
I would like to share my 2014 Blogging Report . I’m really glad to see that views come from all over the world, WOW! How cool is that?! I didn’t have any clear target this year so I’m happy how numbers turned up. Maybe we can double it next year?
I would also like to take an opportunity to wish all of you Happy New Year 2015! Make your dreams come truth and keep smiling no matter what.
Lots of hugs
This is a big surprise for me and a MUST read for all of you who have tiles on the floor.
We all know how hard it is to keep the grout in between the tiles clean, especially when you have a light color floor.
My friends advised me to use a paste made from baking soda powder, so I tried but my hand was sore after a few minutes of brushing in the same place and I still didn’t see any results.
So I had to find something easier and I did! 🙂
The solution is very simple. You will need oxydising bleach powder. I got the cheapest in the store and it still works like a dream so don’t spend too much money!
Put warm water in bowl (about 1.5 liter) and add a scoop of the powder. Stir until it dissolves in the water and then pour it over the floor. Spread all over the grout with your hand (please ware rubber gloves) and leave it for 10 minutes.
You will see how the mixture is working on the dirt and lifting it up. Brush it a little all over the tiles. Then you have to lift the liquid with the dirt in it with a cloth or towel and wash the floor again with clean water as the bleach powder will leave some white smudges and stains.
The final result is stunning! I didn’t even know this was the original color of my floor grouting.
You probably can’t see it on the pictures but bleach has left some sparkly dust on the grout – like a small fancy gift from a cleaning product 😉
Please feel free to share this floor tail grout clean up idea with your family and friends, I can assure you they will be very grateful!