Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Cleaner

I am a Bzz Agent and recently got to try out the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner . I was optimistic, hoping that there really was a magical solution to my grubby shower doors.
See, we have a bathtub, then besides it (seperate) is a shower with two doors of glass that like to get grimmy.
I had been using the Scrubbling Bubbles that comes with the blue lid and is a foam b/c it worked great, took little manpower, and smelled fresh. (I don't know it's name, but it is SB brand) I gave it a rest and tried this out.
Today we ran out of the cleaning solution and I must say...I think I will actually add it to my list for next shopping trip! Though I will still have to clean the shower on occasion, it did a great job (for about two weeks with one cleaner) of cleaning the shower and keeping it basically scum free. Anything that makes me have to clean less is a winner in my books.
I have a few $5 coupons left, so if you want one, email me your mailing address at r-family@hotmail.com and I will get one out ASAP...I will go on a first come, first serve basis.

What is your favorite thing to use to clean the shower/soap scum???

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thecaillouets said...

if my shower is really bad i use straight bleach.

The Blonde Duck said...

What a great tip! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I added you to LDS Listings. Thanks so much!

B. Accessorized said...

I thought it did a great job on the parts of the shower that the solution hit. It didn't do squat on the rest though. But I had the original version. Maybe the new one is better.

Lexi said...

I had completely forgotten about using Scrubbing Bubbles! We used that when I was growing up and for some reason or another I stopped using it when I moved out to play pretend being a grownup.

Now I'm using Lysol which is disgusting, stinks and smells that way for hours after you've cleaned. Yuck. Funny thing is, I swore I'd get a different cleaner the next time I went to the store and thought I had succeeded in doing so until I got home and realized I had brought home the same darn stuff! Blasted Lysol.

Lori O said...

i agree with "accessorized". it worked on the parts it hit but not in the corners and such. i also found the batteries would get wet and corode. i used mine until itbroke and then didn't replace it. now i simply put "cleaning the shower" on my dh's list and no longer worry with it.

Nicole said...

I was in this campaign almost a year ago and I had mixed feelings about the cleaner. I definitely saw a difference for the first few weeks, but then it basically stopped cleaning and I had to go back to scrubbing. Also, it worried me that the solution might be getting on our soap and loofahs that touch our body and I'm not sure what's in it.