How to Clean Bathrooms: Cleaning Inside Bathtubs

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Use a soft scrub to clean the inside of a bathtub to minimize scratching. Clean the inside of a bathtub with tips from a housekeeper in this free video on cleaning bathrooms. View Video Transcript

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Lucy Doezie

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Okay, if you're anything like me, I like to make things as comfortable as I can, so I get in the tub to wash out a tub that's this high. My other tub in my children's bathroom is a lot lower, so that...for that one I can kneel down, no problem. But if it's something like this, you want to really get some elbow grease into it, and you can't do that if you're stretching so far over. So let's get started with loosening up the build-up that's in the tub. So I'm just going to use a soft scrub that's not going to be abrasive in any way, it's not going to scratch. And it's going to give a deep clean. So you just spray that around the base. You want to make sure that you spray around the sides, because that's actually where most of the build-up is. You know when you're sitting in the tub, and you're in the water, and the water comes to here, well that's where you're going to find the most build-up, is where ever your water is sitting when you're in the tub. So you want to make sure you go all the around. Okay. And then obviously I go behind me as well. And use one that's got a foaming....a foaming cleanser. And then I just let that sit for just a few minutes, and then I just get my little flannel, and we just start rubbing, and trying to loosen up the...the grubby bacteria and the germs that...the dirt that's in here. So you just start scrubbing as hard as you can.