Tile floors make it easy to clean up spills, crumbs, mud, broken glass, and even doggie accidents. Drop a bag of flour? Just vacuum it up. Potty training the dog? Just use a paper towel and some floor cleaning solution. Spill a glass of red wine? No problem! Sweep up the glass, absorb the wine with some paper towels, rinse with water, and dry. See what I mean? It’s easy to keep tiles clean—no, it’s those awful grout lines that seem to absorb every bit of dirt and grime. Like spiderwebs, the dirty lines crawl across the floor, preventing your tile flooring from looking as clean as it should. Luckily, cleaning grout lines is actually a lot easier than you might think. With some simple household products and a little elbow grease, your tile floors will be looking like new again.