The joints are slightly absorbent and tend to retain residues of foam, soap and dirty water. The result is to see them blacken over time.
To make them white again, simply use an old toothbrush soaked in bicarbonate and a few drops of 3% hydrogen peroxide .
This mixture is suitable for all tile joints, not only for kitchen tiles but also for tiles throughout the house, including bathrooms.
Mold on the walls
In case of mold (dangerous for our health, because it can cause fungal infections, asthma and allergies) use chemicals such as chlorine or ammonia to wash away the mold, protecting our hands with a pair of gloves plastic.