by Karen Bates
(last updated September 15, 2014)
All because you use a tub to stay clean doesn't mean that the tub stays clean. As odd as this is to consider, you can see that it is true just by looking at a tub that hasn't been scrubbed in a while. Over time, the bath tub can get a film of dirt, soap scum, and hard water deposits—all this just from bathing!
To make matters worse, the build-up on the tub is pretty difficult to clean. Without a good cleaner and some work on your part, you won't be able to get the tub very clean. Of course, the easiest way to clean the tub is by preventing the dirty film in the first place. This requires regular cleaning and wiping to discourage the dirt from sticking. But if it's been a while since you gave the tub a good scrub, it's probably time to get to work.
To get started you will need the right knowledge and tools. Here are some ideas for getting the job done as efficiently as possible:
Although it can take some time and energy, it is definitely worth the effort it takes to get a sparkling clean tub.
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