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    Default Bath tub cleaning

    What do you use to clean your bath tub? Ds1&2 use the bath so I need something effective but gentle.

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    Vinegar and a scourer sponge works well otherwise I use orange power tile shower and bath cleaner

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    I use bicarb and spray vinegar over the bath leave about 20min I think and wipes away so easily and leaves the bath shining

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    I think jiff/gumption works best in the bath tub.

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    Always use bubble bath with the kids as it stops the grimey ring and keeps the bath fairly clean then I just use a cheap lavender cleaner from Aldi once a week or f/night.

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    Jif and scrub with a scotch brite type sponge. Just make sure to rinse it properly afterwards though as some of the Jif can sit on the bottom. We use our bath a lot and I find this to be the most effective, plus it was always used when I did housekeeping in hotels.

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    I use an antibacterial spray called Safe4U Vanilla Fresh, it is made for use around the kitchen/fridge and food surface areas- I use it on DD's highchair tray and her little table- but it kills 99% household germs and leaves whitegoods gleaming so it would be an affective and gentle product to use to clean bath tub, without the nasty chemicals.

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    I use a mixture of 1/2 vinegar and 1/2 dishwashing liquid. I use this in the shower too.

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    Gumption ! That stuff is amazing !


 

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