Bathtub Cleaning Made Easy

Use liquid toilet bowl cleaner in your bathtub or shower to remove hard water stains, minerals, mildew, and soap residue. It's stronger than bathtub cleaners and does the job in no time.


The thicker formula makes it cling to the sides of the tub while it dissolves the offending grime. If you use a product with a color added (the one I use is blue) it can stain white grout, so be careful not to put it directly on the walls. Rinse thoroughly and do not mix with other cleaners.

Source: Heard it from a friend who restores old houses.

By Diane from Wonder Lake, IL

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This might be ok for one time, but keep in mind that its extra strength can pit the surface of the tub, and you will end up having to replace the whole tub.

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I have a tub to prove you shouldn't use toilet bowl cleaner in a bathtub. Because our water is so hard I occasionally use toilet bowl cleaner on it to get it cleaner, but it has damaged the much so that the porcelain is just about gone in some places.


Unless you plan on replacing your tub in the near future, I advise against it.

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