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Problem Solved Grout Cleaner

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  1. Grout cleaner to remove dirt, mould and mildew
  2. Cleaning grout is simple with this fast-acting formula
  3. Works in 5-10 minutes; simply apply, wait, scrub and rinse
  4. Reduces the need for re-grouting and re-colouring
  5. Formulated and manufactured in the UK

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Use this tile grout cleaner regularly to keep your grout sparkling white!

Grubby looking grout will ruin the look of a room, regardless of how clean everything else is! Neglecting the grout between your tiles will leave you having to replace it to get your bathroom or kitchen looking nice again. Stay on top of things with Problem Solved Grout Cleaner. It’s a fast-acting formula which removes dirt, mould and mildew residue from tile grout. This convenient spray will restore grout back to a pristine condition - reducing the need for re-grouting and re-colouring.

How to clean grout

  1. Spray directly onto the grout
  2. Leave for 5-10 minutes
  3. Work into the grout using a brush or micro-fibre cloth
  4. Rinse well with water

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SKU / Product Code 11938
Ingredients Less than 5% chlorine based bleaching agents
Brand Problem Solved
Recommended For Removes dirt, mould and mildew from tile grout
Container Type Spray bottle
Size 500ml
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