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Jan 28

Pinterest Project: Mamma’s got a brand new tub

It had been a while since I had deep cleaned our bathtub and it was looking a little worse for the wear.  So, a few days ago while I was browsing Pinterest and ran across a ‘scrub free’ bathtub cleaner I was pumped to give it a try!

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An added perk was the fact that I had all the ingredients already in my pantry.  It called for vinegar, baking soda and dawn dish soap.  I mixed the ingredients (slowly so I didn’t have a volcano in the kitchen) then used a washcloth to spread a thin layer of the mixture all over our bathtub.  I had a little extra left over so I swabbed the bathroom sink too (it’s also white porcelain).

I set a timer for two hours and let it all sit.  After the timer went off I started with the sink and took a sponge and ran warm water into the sink so I could wipe it all clean.  With very little scrubbing, more like just wiping the product off, I had a shiny glimmering clean smooth sink.  It was so beautiful!  I was excited to tackle the bathtub next.

I was surprised at the amount of bubbly suds this mixture produced.  I guess it all came from the dish soap.  It took some time to get it all wiped/rinsed clean, but it didn’t require any scrubbing or muscle work.  I was so excited that my bathtub looked brand new as well.

I wanted to share my Mamma pinterest project in case any of you would like a shiny new tub.  I really liked the fact that I didn’t have to use any super smelly strong chemicals either, especially since this is the bathtub where we give M baths.

So, if you have a porcelain bathtub and want to give it a whirl, click HERE for the recipe and let me know if it works for you!

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1 comment

  1. freda phillips

    Interesting. I think I’ll give this a try.

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