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How to Clean Bathtubs

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Author: Ivette from WAGES
  • Bathtub could likely have a lot of dust and hair. If that's the case and it's dry, the best way to remove is by vacuuming or using a dry towel. The tub needs to be free of hair and dust before you apply product.
  • Spray Tub & Tile Cleaner from to bottom on bath tub. Make sure tub is dry before you spray.
  • The reason we spray top to bottom is that the dirt is falling downwards as the cleaner sets in. Let spray sit for 5 minutes.
  • Use a thick sponge or scrub brush to clean from side to side, top to bottom.
  • Pour water into a small container and wet the sides of the tub.
  • If there are any rust stains or yellow spots, mix baking soda and Seventh Generation Dish Soap to make a paste (the consistency of tooth paste). Apply to the spots and leave for 10 minutes. With a pumice stone, rub the paste in a circular motion. Splash with water from a small container.
  • If there's any mold in the tub, directly apply Tub & Tile Cleaner. Let sit 10 minutes. Clean with a scrub brush very strongly. Splash with water from a small container.
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greencleaningdfw
05/18/10
Thanks so much for the info on the mold. I haven't used this technique yet but am anxious to try it. I am the owner of Green Cleaning DFW. Any green cleaning tips are worth trying. If u want an excellent cleaner to remove water stains or soap scum u must use 7gen tub and tile. Not the best smell but works great. Visit my site at <a href="http://www.greencleaningdfw.com" target="_blank">www.greencleaningdfw.com</a>