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Soft Scrub Bathtub Cleaner Reduces Elbow Grease Time

The bathtub might be one of the greatest inventions in our homes. It’s a place to where kids can get clean while they play and where moms can take a nice, relaxing bubble bath after a tough day.

While you might not want to think about it while your soaking, bathtubs can also be home to some nasty stuff including mold, bacteria, soap scum, and white, crusty mineral deposits. And what about all that dirt and grime that washes off our bodies? That’s in there too. A dirty bathtub can make an entire bathroom look grungy and no one wants to get into a tub that’s grey and stained.

In the old days, cleaning the bathtub required a considerable amount of elbow grease—scrubbing and rubbing with messy, smelly cleansers. Today cleaning the tub is easy-breezy with Soft Scrub.

The first step to clean, bathtub bliss is determining what type of tub you have. Most bathtubs are enameled metal, porcelain, and acrylic. Typical modern tubs are acrylic, or plastic. If your tub doesn’t look plastic, then it’s likely one of the other two. You’ll know that your tub is enameled metal if a magnet sticks to it. If it’s neither of the two, then it’s porcelain. (We need to know this because enamel is fragile and should not be treated with bleach.)

If your tub is porcelain or acrylic, attack those stains with Soft Scrub Total All Purpose Bath and Kitchen Cleanser. For stained grout and tile around the tub try Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover. For enamel-coated bathtubs, use Soft Scrub Total Bath & Bowl, a gentle spray cleaner that will protect the tub’s finish.

Simply spray on Soft Scrub and wipe away the stains with a damp sponge or scrub brush. For tough stains, allow Soft Scrub to work for a few minutes before wiping it away. Don’t forget to Soft Scrub the corners, cracks, and areas around the shower door where mold and mildew grow. Rinse with water and voila! Your tub is ready for a fleet of toy boats or a scented candle dip.

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