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Scrubbing Bubbles Disinfectant Bathroom Grime Fighter Spray is more than just a bathroom cleaner. It’s a shower cleaner, tub cleaner, sink cleaner, and more that removes 100% of soap scum and smells amazing, leaving behind a fresh Citrus scent. Don’t let grime and scum get the best of your bathroom -- fight back with Bathroom Grime Fighter.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: TO CLEAN: Spray 20 cm (6-8 inches) from surface until thoroughly covered. For tough jobs, let stand several minutes before wiping. Rinse.
Kills Covid so I spray this on door knobs, food packages. Just because it says "bathroom" one can still use it on other surfaces. This has a very light and wonderful scent. I used Lysol bathroom spray for my grocery packages and the smell was so strong. It is also on the EPA website of lists of items that kill Covid
If you're expecting to undo years of neglect in a matter of minutes, you're fooling yourself. If you approach the situation with realistic expectations, though, I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
I've not cleaned by tub in about 18 months. Over that time, it has accumulated an appreciable layer of filth which detracts from the sanitary nature of the aesthetic appeal. I need to clean it, but I'm a lazy butt and hate cleaning. Enter the scrubbing bubbles.
I sprayed this stuff on the interior of my tub while talking with a friend and allowed it to sit two or three minutes. After we finished talking, I gave it a cursory scrub with a nylon brush - nothing labor-intensive (I'm lazy, remember) - just a nice leisurely scrub for a minute or two. Then I turned on the water and rinsed.
There was, easily, a 50% improvement in the appearance of my tub with minimal effort.
I put some ajax on the wet tub and scrubbed it again (this time a bit more vigorously), and rinsed. The improvement from the Ajax was negligible in comparison to that achieved by the scrubbing bubbles.
I sprayed the tub again and I'm going to let it sit a while longer this time... then I'll go over it again. I'm not really expecting greatness... the big change has already happened. From here on out, I think, it's just going to be moderate changes over time. I'll give it a scrub once a week - especially now that I know it doesn't have to be such a bother. I'm confident that in time, my tub will look new.
I'd also like to say that I have really bad asthma and am sensitive to any real exertion and many cleaning products. I did have to use my inhaler after I finished, but during the cleaning I didn't find that I was really short of breath or anything. I'm sensitive to many chemicals, but this didn't knock the wind out of me like chlorine and ammonia do. Honestly, I enjoy the scent - it's a fresh, crisp, citrus smell. For sensitive individuals, though, it might be best to limit exposure and use in a well-ventilated area.
We have a soap scum buildup in our shower that I used the Bathroom Grime Fighter to remove since it says that it removes 100% soap scum. Well, I applied it liberally, and then waited about 10 minutes. I used a Scotch Brite sponge to try to help the scrubbing bubbles along, and scrubbed for at least 15 minutes. Much to my disappointment, I am not sure that it removed any of the soap scum at all. I will keep trying until it is all gone, but I have little hope that it will do much of anything. Very disappointing!
Absolutely HATED this product. Years ago I was a huge fan of the aerosol foam cleaner but their formula seemed to change so i stopped using it. I saw this and thought I'd give it a go. Total disappointment. I sprayed and soaked the tub in this stuff and there was no difference. I want my money back.
1 reply from Scrubbing Bubbles_Product Expert team - 1 month ago
I'm sorry to hear of your experience using this product to clean your tub. We expect our products to be reliable and to make cleaning a quick and easy task. Because that wasn't the case with your purchase, we'd like to help further. When you have a chance, please send an email to our team here: https://contact.scjbrands.com/en-us. Your reference number is 019826034A. – Amber, SC Johnson Consumer Care
I have been using Scrubbing Bubbles products for years!! I feel like it is the only product that is strong enough to get the job done, and still leaves your bathroom smelling beautiful!! Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Grime Fighter really works on the toughest soap scum in my bathroom...and with ease!! With this product there is no heavy scrubbing! I just spray, wait a minute, and all of the grime wipes right off!! I use it on every single surface in my bathroom!! The scent is not over powering, it smells fresh and clean!! My bathroom smells gorgeous for days!!
My expectations are high when I clean my bathrooms. I expect the solution to cut through the grime without having to put in a lot of elbow grease. I would say that this product is about average. It smells great. It cleans good, but requires a little more elbow grease than I think should be necessary. Overall, I like the product. But my search will continue for a true grime fighting product.