Nearly all homeowners deal with grout in some form or another. Grout is everywhere on the backsplash in a kitchen, in the shower, or on the hallway floors.
When the grout is new, it’s both functional and attractive. As it ages improper or is poorly maintained, grout can be a germ-wielding eyesore. What nearly all homeowners seem to know about grout is that it’s notoriously difficult to clean. Learning how to maintain your grout and what you can do to keep it in good condition can help you maintain your home.