Have you ever thought of using dishwasher tablets in bathtub?
There’s a sense of accomplishment that comes with completing a cleaning project that leaves your appliances gleaming clean and your home smelling fresh. However, most of the time, the only emotion associated with cleaning the bathroom is fear. It’s a lot of scrubbing, rinsing, and strong-smelling stuff.
How to Clean the Shower/Bathtub with Dishwasher Tablets
For this technique, you’ll need a pressed-powder dishwasher tablet, warm water, and rubber gloves.
Although this cleaning tip is inexpensive, it will necessitate hard scrubbing. Once you’ve gathered your supplies, soak the dishwasher tablet in warm water for a few minutes before scrubbing away at the soap scum on your shower’s walls, bathtub, fixtures, and glass.
This may take some time depending on the condition of your shower, and you’ll have to experiment with different scrubbing motions and procedures. After some time has passed, clean the area with hot water and repeat the process with any remaining scum. That’s the only thing there is to it!
Is It Really Effective?
Yes, in a nutshell, but it depends on two factors: how terrible the soap scums are there and how patient you are.
Because dishwasher tablets are small, they cover a very limited surface area when you’re scrubbing away on your hands and knees. It may take some time for the surfaces to gleam again, but as long as you’re willing to put in the effort, the tablets should clean up your shower without cost.