by Karen Bates
(last updated March 30, 2015)
Compared to other chores around the house, cleaning the bathroom is the job that seems to be the most unpleasant. Other household chores appear to be easy compared to the work involved in scrubbing the toilet, cleaning glass, removing build-up on counters, and mopping the floor in this area of the house. And then, there's the bathtub.
Tub cleaning is a job that many people strongly dislike, and for good reason. Over time, as water hits the tub, the surface can become prone to soap scum build-up, hard water deposits, dirt, and a grimy film that develops slowly. By the time you notice that there is a mess, it has probably gotten to the point where cleaning up requires a lot of chemical cleaners or elbow grease to remove.
Luckily, there are certain methods you can try to make the task of cleaning the tub much easier and more successful. It is important that you use the right tools and cleaners to get the job done in the most efficient way possible. Otherwise, you may end up scrubbing and cleaning for way longer than necessary to complete the task.
To get your bath tub clean, try one of the following methods:
The most important element of keeping the tub clean is prevention. Clean the tub often to stop dirty build-up and hard water spots from forming and making the job harder than it needs to be.
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