Tubs need some TLC too


Tubs should be cleaned regularly. Photo Credits.

Cleaning the bath tub may not be everyone’s favorite chore, but it has to be done lest germ infestation, and even accidents like slips and falls can take place.

Website Marthastewart.com for instance shared this recipe of a very effective bath tub cleaner. “Here’s a nontoxic but effective way to clean your tub: Add one teaspoon of liquid soap and several drops of an antibacterial essential oil (such as tea tree, eucalyptus, rosemary, or peppermint) to one cup of baking soda. Add just enough water to form a paste, and use it with a sponge or brush to scour bathtub surfaces. Air conditioning A/C

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Plumbing. Kitchen and bathroom ezine wetsalad.com meantime shared a tip on how to clean the bath tub using natural ingredients.” Scrub tub with salted grapefruit half, remembering to resalt the half with the salt around the tub. It works better if you give it a squeeze now and then over the fixtures.”

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Remove Residues

Bathfitter.com likewise enlisted a guide on how to clean tubs and the bathing area in general. “We recommend the regular removal of soap and other residue from your tub/shower unit and silicone areas by cleaning with an approved cleaner.”

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Cleaning the bath tub can be fuss free and inexpensive if one will only open his mind on the many ways to go about cleansing this bathroom fixture. Because when tubs are clean, even house pets would like to indulge in.

Website The Animalrescuesite.com featured a bulldog that just loves the tub. Not all dogs hate the bath, and not all dogs put up a fight when they see a bathtub full of water. For this bulldog, the bathtub is a relaxing place. The hardest part about bath time is actually finding a good way into the tub!

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So when was the last time you cleaned your tub?