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How do I clean my shower grout?

Many of the shower and grout cleaners on the market can remove not only the grime, but the top layer of the grout as well leaving bigger holes for hard water, soap scum and bacteria to hold onto, so you always want to be very selective with the products you purchase. The products carried in Stone Care Central have all been tested by our PROs and will not harm your stone or grout. You can always ask for specific help on any particular problem you are having. 

If your tile and grout needs professional grout cleaning, sealing or color sealing, visit FIND A PRO Stone and Tile ( to locate a qualified contractor in your area.

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