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24 oz. Grout Cleaner with Brush

  • Safe for tile, stone, porcelain, ceramic and glass surfaces
  • Also safe on colored grout
  • Includes a grout and dirt remover brush
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Product Overview

Don’t risk harming your grout’s surrounding surfaces with highly acidic solutions. Granite Gold Grout Cleaner quickly and safely deep-cleans soiled grout, and is safe on stone, tile, porcelain, colored grout, ceramic and glass. The lightly “citrus-scented” grout cleaner is ready to use and safe on colored grout, and it comes with the Granite Gold Grout Brush to agitate dirt and grime.
  • Created by a third-generation family of Stone Care Experts
  • Safe on food-prep surfaces
  • No phosphates or ammonia
  • Includes Granite Gold Grout Brush® to agitate and remove dirt
  • Use on grout, colored grout, all natural stone and can also be used as an intensive cleaner for natural stone and ceramic tile
  • Made in the USA

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Recommended SurfacesConcrete,Glass,Grout,Porcelain,Stone,TileConcrete,Granite,Grout,Porcelain,Slate,TileMarble,Porcelain,TileConcrete,Grout,Porcelain,Tile
FeaturesNon Abrasive,Non-Corrosive,Phosphate Free,Residue FreeNo Additional FeaturesResidue Free,Streak FreeKills Mildew
Helps RemoveDirt,Food,Grease Dirt,Dust,Scuff Marks,Water SpotsCoffee,Grease,Mildew,Mold,Soap (Calcium/ Lime)
Product FormLiquidLiquidLiquidLiquid
Concentrated or Ready to UseReady to useConcentratedReady to useConcentrated
Product Size24 OZ-Ounce32 OZ-Ounce32 OZ-Ounce946 mL-Milliliter
Where to UseBathroom,Floors,Kitchen Bathroom,Floors,Hard Non-Porous Surfaces,KitchenBathroom,Floors
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Size
24 OZ-Ounce

Details

Concentrated or Ready to Use
Ready to use
Features
Non Abrasive,Non-Corrosive,Phosphate Free,Residue Free
Helps Remove
Dirt,Food,Grease
Pack Size
1
Product Form
Liquid
Recommended Surfaces
Concrete,Glass,Grout,Porcelain,Stone,Tile
Returnable
90-Day
Where to Use
Bathroom,Floors,Kitchen

Warranty / Certifications

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Questions & Answers

9Questions50Answers

Starting with this product, as it has the highest rating. The photos show the work I am trying t...

Asked by Groutquestion November 26, 2020
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Answers

There may be some underlying challenges here. Please contact us at 800-475-7866, so we can discuss further and help you resolve this. The Stone Care Experts at Granite Gold®

Would this work on grime build up on wood floors?

Asked by ShepLady April 15, 2020
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I wouldn't use it on a wood floor, it's very strong and could damage the finish.

Can this be used on the grout on my Travertine tile?

Asked by Liz November 2, 2019
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Absolutely. And its pH balanced so no concerns about damaging the natural Travertine.

Can Granite Gold be used safely on ceramic backsplash tiles?

Asked by Robs June 4, 2019
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According to the instructions, yes it can be used on ceramic tiles.

Does this grout cleaner remove sealer? Does the gout need to be re-sealed after cleaning with th...

Asked by James November 15, 2018
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This does not remove any sealer and thus re-sealing is not necessary. It does not have harsh chemicals.

Can I use this product on marble?

Asked by Mira May 10, 2017
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Yes, the manufacturer says It's safe on ALL stone, tile, porcelain, ceramic, glass and colored grout.

Can this be used on the grout in showers?

Asked by MsJulie February 6, 2016
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Yes, I used this cleaner on the grout lines in my shower. I would recommend using the foaming function on the spray bottle to try and get more of the cleaner to stay on the grout and not run down the wall immediately.

Can this be used on my kitchen tile island and counter top?

Asked by Maggie July 11, 2015
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Yes but it didn't do anything on my floor.

would this work on my composite granite sink?

Asked by LLLL September 7, 2014
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I would use Granite Gold's Daily cleaner and Polish or Stone cleaner, this is for Grout cleaning.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 155 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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I would have given it 5 stars except the scrub brush provided was a piece of garbage. I purchase ...
I would have given it 5 stars except the scrub brush provided was a piece of garbage. I purchase a drill attachment with heavy bristles and it did a pretty darn good job even though it does say anything about using a think brush.
by Dave
Cleared and vacuumed the bathroom floor in preparation for spraying on Granite Gold Grout Cleaner...
Cleared and vacuumed the bathroom floor in preparation for spraying on Granite Gold Grout Cleaner. I broke the work down into four sections since access and reach with the scrubbing brush on a wet floor is limited in a bathroom. I sprayed the grout cleaner as directed. Since the grouting was darkened over time by the dirt infiltration, I then let the grout cleaner soak in for three minutes as stated on the bottle prior to taking the scrubbing brush that came with it and going over it. Upon scrubbing and loosening the dirt grit I then rinsed and wiped the tiles off with warm water as also directed on the bottle. The grout cleaner did an excellent job turning the darkened grout back into a clean looking finish. And for the final finishing touch to keep it cleaner longer I utilized the Granite Gold Grout Sealer. Both available at Home Depot.
by Larry
1 person found this helpful
It worked but, was not perfect. But then again, I had no right to expect it to be. My home has m...
It worked but, was not perfect. But then again, I had no right to expect it to be. My home has marble tile floors in two bathrooms with white grout. They are about 30 years old and are not in the best of shape. We've only lived here seven years and suspect that the floors were abused in the past. The grout is off colored in some areas. I had planned to remove it and re grout with a good, white epoxy grout in the future when I got around to replacing the toilets with water efficient ones. However, that seems to keep getting pushed out so, I decided to try this Granite Gold Grout Cleaner as I had used other Granite Gold products and found them to be easy to use and helpful. However, I wasn't expecting much as I learned long ago that items worn or in need of repair can't be fixed with magic potions. I applied the product to the grout lines as direct. I let it sit for three or four minutes and then scrubbed with the brush provided. I rinsed it off with warm water on a rag, rinsed and wrung several times and dried the floor with a couple of paper towels. (It's only about 12 sq ft!) Well, the attached before and after pictures speak for themselves. The grout looks better in some areas but, it doesn't look brand new in any sense. About the result I expected. You're results may be better or worse, depending on your own situation. A word though: The product gave off a strong odor. Like bleach. (I was working on my hands and knees.) The label says it's non-toxic, non-acidic, pH balanced and biodegradable. It also says it does not contain ammonia, very important for use on marble tile! There is no ingredient list on the bottle and I don't have the MSDS handy. I would suggest that one open a window or use a fan for ventilation and wear gloves when scrubbing the grout with the brush. I know I will.
by tjh
The grout cleaner was simple to use. I just sprayed on the solution, waited for 2 minutes, scrubbed with the included brush and watched years of mopped over grime break down. As much of the dirt was deep in the grout, it will take a bit more concentrated dirt removed; however, the product does what it says it will do within reason. I and fine with the outcome as it took little time to get years of grounded in grout resolved and removed. I would recommend the product for quick grout cleaning with the understanding that some tough areas will take a bit more work to get the best outcomes.
by Chris
I really liked this cleaner I thought it worked great. I sprayed it on scrubbed it a little with...
I really liked this cleaner I thought it worked great. I sprayed it on scrubbed it a little with the brush and saw the dirt lifting out right away and wiped it up with a wet cloth. I forgot that my grout was a light sand color, this cleaner brought the color back to that nice light color. I would absolutely recommend this product and would use it again.
by michelle
It comes with a really stiff brush and the cleaner can be sprayed or squirted. I followed the in...
It comes with a really stiff brush and the cleaner can be sprayed or squirted. I followed the instructions which were to liberally squirt the solution on the grout lines, let the product sit for two minutes, brush the grout lines vigorously and rinse with warm water. I let it dry overnight just to be sure the color of the grout would be its true color before taking the after picture. Much to my surprise the grout was the same color in the before and after pictures. Kind of disappointing.
by GroundControll
Response from Granite GoldFeb 12, 2020
We are sorry to hear you are not satisfied; however, from the images shown, the grout appears quite old, stained and with significant build up of dirt and grime over time. We suggest a thorough and deep cleaning, followed by applying a grout colorant. Otherwise, the only other remedy for stained grout is to remove the grout and re-grout. For a grout colorant, consider this in black or charcoal at The Home Depot https://www.homedepot.com/p/Custom-Building-Products-Polyblend-60-Charcoal-8-oz-Grout-Renew-Colorant-GCL60HPT/203498073

The Stone Care Experts at Granite Gold®
I used granite gold 24-ounce Grout cleaner with brush on ceramic subway tile with a polished surf...
I used granite gold 24-ounce Grout cleaner with brush on ceramic subway tile with a polished surface and light-colored colored grout today. I found the brush to be too aggressive it remove some of the grout on its own had to switch to an old toothbrush. Which worked fine. It's been a few hours since cleaning. I can't seem to see much difference before and after that being said with light grout just being wet at all makes it look dirty. It was very easy to use spray-on. Wait a minute scrub and rinse with water. This is the only Granite gold product I'm not fully impressed with.
by Ken722
I’ve used Granite Gold’s tile cleaner for cleaning my shower for several years with great results...
I’ve used Granite Gold’s tile cleaner for cleaning my shower for several years with great results, so decided to give their grout cleaner a try. I’m really happy that it is cleans very well while not smelling “cleaning-supply-ish!” With my previous grout cleaners, I would end up opening the bathroom window and staying away for a a few hours post cleaning. This one I didn’t need to open the window, and took a shower right after I finished cleaning - no odor! I test sprayed some places with very problematic soap scum I’ve been struggling with the last few months, as well as some spots with darker grout discoloration. The scum removal was amazing! Granite Gold took it off super easily and more completely than the other products I’ve used in the past. The darker discoloration I did need to wait the full 3 minutes recommended the instructions and then scrub with the brush - similar process and successful results that I get with other cleaners, but with the bonus of no odor. End of the day - a product that cleans effectively and doesn’t smell up the house is a big win in my book!
by phreddieqz
1 person found this helpful
The previous owner of my condo was overly sloppy with caulk and did a lousy job where the ceramic...
The previous owner of my condo was overly sloppy with caulk and did a lousy job where the ceramic tile meets the fiberglass tub. The caulk was old, hard, all over the tiles and grout, and discolored. Here’s what it took to fix this mess: 1. I brushed a thick coat of semi-paste liquid paint stripper on to the caulk. 2. Let it soak for 20 minutes 3. Used a chisel to scrape off the caulk. It came off with a lot of careful scraping. 4. Sprayed on a generous amount of the grout cleaner and let it soak for about 15 minutes. 5. Used the grout brush to remove what remained on the tiles and grout. 6. I went over the whole area again with grout cleaner and paper towels to remove any residue. 7. The grout was noticeably lighter when everything dried the next day. 8. Finally, I re-caulked the tub. This grout cleaner has a very mild fragrance. The grout brush is a nice size and worked well. I am satisfied with the way it worked for me on this repair.
by BOB
The GRANITE GOLD 24 OZ. GROUT CLEANER WITH BRUSH is a good product. The brush is a nice quality h...
The GRANITE GOLD 24 OZ. GROUT CLEANER WITH BRUSH is a good product. The brush is a nice quality hard bristle that gives good leverage to get in the the grout lines. The cleaner is not harsh smelling or overpowering. I found the cleaner did work on the top layer but old stains did not come completely out. I would recommend this as an upkeep for newer applications to keep them clean and looking good.
by Toby1TNT
1 person found this helpful
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