I never thought I would have so much enjoyment writing reviews about cleaning products, but I’ve been doing a lot of Spring Cleaning and wanted to share some of my favourite products. I hate cleaning the bathroom the most, so I’ve been delaying the bathtub for quite some time now. Because I wear glasses, I’ve been ignoring the grimy issue for a while. But, I couldn’t keep a blind eye on it any longer, so off to the store I went. When looking for the perfect cleaning product, I know I didn’t want to be on my hands and knees scrubbing away. So, when I saw the Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber, I knew it would be a good product to clean the tub with ease so I didn’t have to bend over and have a back ache later on.
What does the Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber include?
The brush was $9.99 and comes with one non-scratch scrubber and handle. The handle extends to 3 feet, so it’s a good length for the bathtub or shower.
You probably want some sort of cleaning fluid to go with it. I grabbed whatever was in the house, so I grabbed a can of scrubbing bubbles. Not the most eco friendly option, but you can alternatively equal parts of water and vinegar. Or just plain shampoo too.
Keeping the Stick Extended
At first, it was hard to figure out how to keep the stick extended as you’re washing the tub. I thought it was broken until it was suggested that I extend it and then twist firmly. That seemed to do the trick and didn’t collapse anymore.
It did a pretty good job and was clean in a few minutes. It was pretty gross before but I’m glad that it’s now clean. I can probably use the scrubber for several uses and wouldn’t need to be replaced any time soon. I made sure to dry the scrubber before putting it away so nothing grows on it.