How To Change The Colour Of Bathroom Grout
To use the Grout Refresh just paint it on (I used a cotton swab to apply it on my bathroom floors) and leave it for 30-60 minutes. You can totally leave it on longer, don't stress about leaving it too long, I've left it over a day before and it was fine.
Match the grout to the tile. Select a color grout that's only a shade lighter or darker than the existing tile to give the uninterrupted appearance of a match. Contrast with the tile. Select a color grout that contrasts with the tile color to make each tile stand out. Go neutral. A neutral color is the safest choice.
The most dramatic change was the glass block window. The white grout had turned more of a clay color over time (so gross), so getting that back to its intended white makes such a difference. The whole bathroom just feels so much cleaner and brighter! I then even learned how to re-caulk the tub and tackled that, too. So easy!
Choosing a grout that is darker in color helps conceal dirt and is less likely to change in color as quickly as a light colored grout. It can also enhance the look of the bathroom, helping light tiles to look even lighter.
Directions for How to Change Grout Color Start by using the grout cleaner. This is really the most important step. Wear protective gloves to apply the cleaner. Let the grout dry completely before applying Grout Renew. I let mine dry overnight. Pour some of the Grout Renew into a disposable
How to Change the Color of Grout - Cleaning Your Grout Choose a scrubbing solution. Do a preliminary clean. Apply your cleaner. Start scrubbing the grout. Continue cleaning your grout. Finish up.