Swiffer Cleaning Cloths Are Good For Bathtubs

By Lisa Adams 19 2

In trying to use less chemicals around my son, I have discovered that the swiffer-dry cleaning cloth (no name brands as well) is great for cleaning acrylic bath tubs. I use a small amount of dish soap, a small amount of elbow grease and voila, I have a perfectly clean tub minus the fumes of harsh chemicals. Depending on how dirty the tub is I sometimes can even reuse the cleaning cloth. Try it and you will be surprised at how well it works.

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By Lisa from Halifax, NS

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By Dee 3 142 Flag

March 3, 2008

Good tip, but I use microfiber cloths for all my cleaning and I use it dry or with water, if I want to disinfect anything I use it with white vinegar. They are fantastic and you can find some that work decent enough at the dollar stores. Dee

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By Nancy Collins 9 53 Flag

March 3, 2008

I prefer nylon netting with baking soda, as it has holes that scrub the sides and carry off the grime.

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