Since we use our bathtubs to get dirt and grime from our side, we should be surprised that some of it stays in the tub. Getting your bathtub free of chromatography, soap scum, mineral deposits, and dirt may seem like a challenging task, but in just a few steps you can have a completely clean bathroom.
What you need to clean the bathtub
All-purpose spray or bathroom cleaner
Clean clothes or sponges
An old toothbrush or a small cleaning brush
How to clean and clean the bathtub
Remove everything from inside the bathtub. All toiletries, toys, bottles and loofas should be placed elsewhere. We don’t want to have any cleaners on it. This is the time to toss anything that is empty or it won’t be used. Delete all the items that you remove. A thick, soapy froth can build up in these elements as well. Set it aside to be put back in the bathtub at a later time.
Start with the surrounding basin; If your grout is old and dirty, you will need to start with a tile brush and grout cleaner. Work from top to bottom, following the directions on your tile cleaner. You never want your detergents to mix. Spray on the walls with an all-purpose cleaner, or a cleaner designed for your surrounding aquarium. Wipe down the walls well, paying special attention to any obviously sticky or dirty areas. Make sure to ventilate the area with an open window or a fan if your cleaner is bleached or has any other strong odor.