The Easiest Way to Clean the Shower

Scrubbing Bubbles has done it again and it's even better than before. I'd tried the Automatic Shower Cleaner before but it's been tweaked now and it cuts soap scum 40% better, with 2 powerful sprayers that target all the hard to reach areas of the bathtub and shower. And let me tell you I never knew how important this was until we got a shower stall separate from the tub and I tried to clean it without getting inside it!! Now, as soon as I'm done in the shower I push the button, pull the curtain closed, and let the Automatic Shower Cleaner do the work for me. That's it. It eliminates mold and mildew, has a great smell and dries clear so that you won't see traces of it on your colored tile.

Who benefits from this? Who else - you and me. Maybe you're fortunate enough to have someone else clean your bathroom but unless my mom is visiting and takes pity on me the bathroom is mine to upkeep. The only magic it wasn't able to perform was to get rid of the soap scum off the textured bottom of the shower floor but that would have been above and beyond the call of duty. It's been over two weeks of daily use and the shower looks better than when I started using the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner. Yep, it's that good.

Feel like you need more information about it -  check it out. Wanna try it? Leave me a comment and let me know. I have some coupons from Scrubbing Bubbles to share and I'll try to make them stretch as far as I can.  

This saved me time and pruney fingers and as far as I'm concerned that makes it a Very Cool Idea.

2 comments:

March 13, 2009 at 8:38 PM Treethyme said...

This is good to know! We had our bathrooms redone two years ago, and the installer said to prevent mold, mildew and water marks forming, to use a rubber squeegie on the glass door and tile walls after every shower. We've been doing that, even though it's a pain in the neck. I'll have to check out this stuff. Thanks!

March 14, 2009 at 1:46 PM hope101 said...

For the bottom of the shower stall, try the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers. They work the best of everything I've tried.

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