May 5, 2013

Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover Spray

 
Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover Spray
 
REVIEW
 
 
I tried this on my downstairs bathroom. It does have the Soft Scrub smell but not as bad.  I wasn't too impressed with the spray tho. While it did work good and cleaned very well, I didn't see a gel per say. It sprayed out thick but maybe my eyes are going bad, but I didn't get the impression it was a gel. But then again I left right after I sprayed because I had to deal with the twins so I didn't see if it thicken up or geled.
 
I did like the way it worked tho. That was just what Id come to expect from the Soft Scrub family of products.
 
 
Bathtubs Gets rid of unsightly build-up caused by dirt, soap scum and mildew stains.
No more bathtub rings!
 
      Sink
Removes soap scum, toothpaste and other stains.
 
 
    Tile & Grout
Makes grout cleaning easy and leaves tiles gleaming.
    
    Tiles
Makes grout cleaning easy and leaves tiles gleaming.
 
 

 
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75 comments:

  1. I use baking soda to whiten grout.

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  2. I don't have any cleaning tricks. I wish I did!

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  3. I use vinegar! jessicapeeling@yahoo.com

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  4. Just try to do a little everyday before it turns into a huge cleaning project.

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  5. I use lemon juice for cleaning and stains sometimes

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  6. I use newspapers instead of paper towels to clean mirrors and windows. It may sound weird, but it works well and saves on paper towels!

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  7. I am very lacking in cleaning tips!!

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  8. I use a multipurpose cleaner, so I can clean multiple surfaces without having to take the time to switch cleaners. It saves a lot of time and money.

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  9. I make my teenagers do the work. :) Shortens my cleaning time immensely!

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  10. I use vinegar alot when I clean

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  11. Clean weekly...gotta stay on top of it!

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  12. use peroxide to get rid of stains on caulking around tub

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  13. Don't let dishes or laundry pile up.

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  14. clean in the morning before everyone gets up and in the evening when they go to bed for a quick 15 mins each time

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  15. I clean a little everyday! Makes the harder tasks not too bad!

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  16. i spray the toilet and tub and just walk away for a little bit to do something else then come back to it after it sets in to scrub then rinse

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  17. Use peroxide and baking soda mixed together to clean your baking sheets and pans that are hard to clean!!

    babydjs_mom@yahoo.com

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  18. I learned to clean from the top down and left to right, that way you always remember what you have done.

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  19. Don't procrastinate! Don't let the laundry or dishes pile up and do all your work in the morning so you can have the entire day to relax. Of course I don't take my own advice, but this is a personal problem lol.

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  20. My tip: Clean a spill ASAP when it's easiest to remove.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. Take 10-15 minutes before bed to tidy up and in the morning the day looks a lot better!

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  22. I clean often to make cleaning easier when things don't get as dirty!

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  23. abeer

    i use lemon and degertant to clean stuff

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  24. Clean a little every day so messes don get so bad.

    Labfpto at comcast.net

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  25. Take 10-15 minutes before bed to tidy up and in the morning the day looks a lot better!

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  26. I've read somewhere that you can wash the plastic shower curtain in a washer with a couple of towels and some vinegar added to the water. Hang to dry. Much easier than scrubbing! I tried it and it did a pretty good job (since it hasn't been cleaned in a while..

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  27. I just break the cleaning down to smaller tasks over the whole week, and it doesn't seem like as much cleaning

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  28. When cleaning the bathrom I spray down everything, and then go back to the beginning and start wiping it all down. lets the cleaner sit for a bit and do the hard work for me

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  29. I mix Vinegar and Dawn Dish soap together heat it up in the microwave then spray it on the bath tub. After 30 minutes or whenever you come back to it wipe it off and done! Clean Bath tub.

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  30. I keep tub of those cleaning wipes under every sink so whenever I'm stuck somewhere for a few minutes, watching kids brush teeth, talking on the phone in the kitchen, waiting for supper to get done, whatever it is, I can just grab a wipe or two and something's clean and shiny.

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  31. I like to dust BEFORE I vacuum so I vacuum up all the dirt! Thanks :)

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  32. Bathroom and kitchen one day. Living room and bedrooms the other day. Outside the next day before trash day.

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  33. Let the cleaner sit on the tile for a few minutes before wiping it off

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  34. We dry the shower walls with a towel when done showering. It helps to keep the walls clean.
    Thanks!

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  35. I have my husband scrub the tub good then it stays clean along tine. He is big and has more power to scrub down.

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  36. I "clean-as-I-go" wherever possible so things don't get too bad between regular cleaning.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  37. Wet it & forget it! Spray your cleaner on & then GIVE IT TIME TO WORK!

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  38. I spray cleaner on & let it soak for a few minutes. I use clorox on mildew.

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  39. I use Vinegar and water spray to make cleaning fast and easy.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  40. i use apple cider vinegar in the dish washer to make the dishes look extra sparkly and clean :)

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  41. I use a long handled scrub brush for RV's to wash my shower stall walls & ceiling in my stand up shower. It can reach all the areas and shortens my cleaning time.

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  42. I wipe down the shower walls after I shower, then give it a good scrub once a week. no major buildup this way

    lilypaddj3 at gmail dot com

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  43. I put cleaner in the shower and come back later after doing other stuff.

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  44. I dont really have any tips I just get in there and get it done!

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  45. I try to keep things organized throughout the week. I'm not saying I actually succeed, but I do try.

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  46. use barkeeper's friend.. it really works.

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  47. I spray down the surface I want to clean and let it soak in and then come back in about 10 minutes to wipe down.

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  48. Well, we use soft scrub all the time, I like the one with bleach for the bathrooms and I have a toothbrush to get in things like the jets for garden tub and in corners after spraying

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  49. i use toilet cleaner on a ton of surfaces-it works great!

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  50. One of my tricks is soaking or pre-spraying to loosen any grime or stains.

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  51. Try to clean a little each day. That way you never have to spend the whole day cleaning.

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  52. I use rubbing alcohol to get mirrors spotlessly clean.

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  53. I use the same cleaner for everything.

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  54. I let the cleaners sit on tile before I wipe it off!

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  55. I TRY and make cleaning FUN to make it not seem like such a chore, We turn the music up & have a good time. I clean my glass with newspapers , doesn't leave streaks.

    abbygabbie@hotmail.com

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  56. Heating up water in the microwave before cleaning it.

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  57. I vacuum twice a week to keep the dog hair at bay

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  58. Clean when the kiddos are sleeping and multitask...i start the laundry then do the dishes....then stick the clothes in the dryer...then vaccum or pick up.

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  59. I dont really have any tricks, i just try to keep up on things and not fall behind otherwise i get overwhelmed

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  60. I think Clorox makes everyone's cleaning easier because it kills germs and leaves everything smelling and looking clean and with regular use it makes cleaning easier in the bathroom area.

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  61. i get my grandkids to help makes them fell important

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  62. Wipe the shower down after each use
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  63. wipe down the bathroom after a shower while everything is damp.
    plus I like to do something everyday so that it does not pile up.

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  64. I have the kids help - teaches them a little responsibility and makes my life easier.

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  65. i get a reusable bag and anything out of place, i stick it in the bag. any room i come into i reach in the bag and put the things away. a lot easier than running back and forth.

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  66. Use a good cleaning product that does the work for you!

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  67. i really dont have any tips or tricks, i just do the work

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  68. I clean the windows & mirrors with newspapers.

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  69. we don't have carpet or rugs because of 7 pomeranians. stick a damp paper towel or two to the bottom of the broom to get up dog hair.

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  70. ilike to soak things for easier cleaning

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  71. I listen to music while I clean to make the time go by faster and make it a little more fun.

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