Your bathroom will thank you.
Despite all your efforts to prevent mildew and mold from taking hold, white grout does eventually get dingy and discolored, especially in corners and along ledges where water settles. That's when you need a good grout cleaner. Nothing is a faster facelift for your bathroom than restoring stained grout to a clean and brilliant state.
When the Good Housekeeping Institute Cleaning Lab tests bathroom and grout-cleaning products, we assess how easily and quickly they cut through the dirty grout lines on our ceramic and marble tile test panels. We review the labeling and directions for completeness and any required safety precautions and evaluate how easy the products are to apply and rinse off. Then, consumer testers take them home to clean the soap scum and mildew stained grout in their own showers that you just can't duplicate in a lab.
These are the best products for cleaning grout according to the Good Housekeeping Institute Cleaning Lab tests: