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Cleaning the bathtub

Our bath tub has gotten surprisingly dirty and was wondering what products/techniques ya'll use to clean your bathtub/shower.

 

Thanks!

Re: Cleaning the bathtub

  • I have an old 1950s white tub and the ONLY thing that gets it clean is the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Amazing!
  • I like Soft Scrub.

     

  • I popped onto this board to ask this same question, and ta-da, this is the first post I see.  Weird.

    Anyway, let me add to this, what do you use to clean a textured tub floor (fiberglass)?  I use the magic eraser now, but it won't get into the grooves.  If we ever put in a new tub, it will NOT have a textured floor.

  • We use Bar Keeper's Friend. It's amazing!
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    I popped onto this board to ask this same question, and ta-da, this is the first post I see.  Weird.

    Anyway, let me add to this, what do you use to clean a textured tub floor (fiberglass)?  I use the magic eraser now, but it won't get into the grooves.  If we ever put in a new tub, it will NOT have a textured floor.

    Mine is this and I like Soft Scrub and a 3M pad.

  • After showering everyday, we spray our curtain and tub down with Method. About twice a month I use some good old bleach. It seems to do the trick.
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  • Soft Scrub or old-style Comet if it seems worse than usual.
  • I spray everything down with 50/50 water and white vinegar and let that soak in for a few minutes. Then I go to town with a Magic Eraser. Works great. Gets all the soap scum off and shines up the chrome too. Also, cheap and environmentally friendly.
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