How to Clean Grout Without Misery
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Selling to the Masses
Whoever named the material between tiles ‘grout’ must have known what it was to clean them, else that person would not have given them so ugly a name.
It’s the crevices grout fills that make it such a nightmare to clean. I can think of fifteen different ways to clean grout, and every single one of them takes grout crevices one by one. A sponge, a washcloth, a paper towel, a toothbrush, a razor blade, a snow scraper – all of these can only clean one crevice at a time. The Grout Gator has them all beat. Multiple brushes on one handle reach several grout crevices at once. They fit tile spacing exactly, because every brush is adjustable, sliding along the front bar and secured by thumbscrews. You can even add and remove brushes for wider or narrower arrangements of grout lines.
Floors don’t have a monopoly on grout. All you whose job it is to scrub grout crevices, look upon this bathroom and shudder! The Grout Gator could make quick work even of this travesty. Its extension pole reaches walls and ceilings as well as floors: you don’t have to crawl or climb.