There’s this one shower in the house that always seems to get the dirtiest. It’s the shower that Jamie showers in after he’s worked all day, and the shower the kids use when they’ve been outside playing in the dirt all day long – coming in unrecognizable.
It’s the shower of doom that probably doesn’t get cleaned as often as it should – but it’s in our master bath, so it’s not like anyone really sees it anyway.
When it does come time to clean it, you can tell it needs to be cleaned. It’s usually lost the white sheen that the shower and bath tub has and looks nothing less than grimy.
It looks like you’re going to need to scrub for hours to get off all that kid mud, husband worked all day dirt and grime.
If you use Magic Erasers to scrub it, you can get off all of that grime and complain that it took you so-so-long to clean it all off, when really, it only took a few minutes. I’ve been using Magic erasers to clean the showers for as long as we’ve lived in our house, a few years, and started to get irritated by spray cleaners that seem to linger in the air for hour after you’ve finished.
I’ve used regular Mr. Clean Magic Erasers, and now the Magic Eraser bath scrubbers, and have cleaner bath tubs that don’t take long to swipe out (even if they’re a lot dirtier than they should be).
With a scrubbing surface that’s 30% larger and more durable than the Magic Eraser Original combined with a built-in soap scum dissolving cleanser, the powerful micro-scrubbers in the new Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Bath Scrubber make tackling bathroom build-up as easy as ever.
You have to give them a try the next time you’re shopping. Just venture down the aisle, grab one, tackle your dirtiest bath tub and the short length of time that it took you will be a secret we’ll keep between you and I.
I’m a P&G Mom. I get special perks for being an influencer – like I said, I’ve used P&G products, like Mr. Clean Magic Erasers for longer than I’ve been a P&G Mom.