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Weird Brown Stain Patches In Grout Of Toilet Floor Tiles

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Hi,

I would like to check is the HCL effective in removing as i am trying to clean my 10 year old white ceramic tiles + darkened grout

Any one can help, any photos

This is due to mould. You can use something called HCL89 to remove it, it will

remove the mould as well as well as any stains.

You can get it from http://hcl89.byethost10.com or http://hcl89.atwebpages.com

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On 30/09/2015 at 4:43 AM, BelindaSeah said:

I think (if i am not wrong) should be too much moisture

Too much moisture can cause tiles to be dirty much faster than usual?

 
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Hey guys. I have a solution for your problems. Personally tried and tested this product for myself.

Its purely organic, no chemicals and child-safe. Its really cheap too as it is sold in concentrate form.. I've tried to remove stains between tiles, toilet ceiling and along the walls. As simple as spray and leave on for 10minutes, then wipe off with a cloth. You don't even have to rub it hard or scrub.. You can use it for other stuff as well like mopping floor, cleaning grease off kitchen stove, wipe tables, etc. How it works in layman terms is that it uses 'good bacteria' to eat the 'bad bacteria'. Spraying it upon a surface lets the good bacteria spread across the area and it will cling onto the bad bacteria. Even after wiping off the cleaner, good bacteria will continue to cling onto the surface so that it continues to protect the surface from bad bacteria build up even after you've cleaned the surface already. It's just $22 for 1 litre and if you use it daily for cleaning it can last an estimated 1 month. Thus, its really affordable. PM me for more information on the product (VRM Mikroclean) and how to get it. Its not readily available everywhere as its relatively new to Singapore's market.

 

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On 09/12/2015 at 4:54 PM, mantaone said:

would like to check is the HCL effective in removing as i am trying to clean my 10 year old white ceramic tiles + darkened grout

Had used the http://hcl89.byethost10.com before to clean some of my toilet tiles as well as the grouts and so far the grouts have reverted to the original colour when i first bought the tiles. Very good product if you want to refurbish your grouts or tiles

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On 18/05/2016 at 6:00 AM, BenBernanke said:

Too much moisture can cause tiles to be dirty much faster than usual?

I think also depends on the types of tiles, like for example marble tend to get dirty much easier, but i do think moisture and maybe humidity does play a part on how we need to maintain our tiles

 
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On 9/2/2016 at 6:18 AM, GermaineS said:

I noticed that too especially if you have homogeneous tiles

Homogeneous tiles are like that they look very nice but have to be maintained

 
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