Sunday, October 5, 2008

I tried it: Scrubbing Bubbles Action Scrubber

UPDATE: Leah pointed out that you can get a coupon for $2.75 off at!
I'm a sucker for any kind of convenience cleaning product, so I couldn't pass up the Scrubbing Bubbles Action Scrubber. I was almost deterred by the price. The "starter kit" includes the handle and 4 pads for more than $5. But the box promises, "We work hard so you don't have to," so I added it to my cart.
The "flexible, durable handle" is really pretty chintzy, but this product made short work of cleaning the grimy stuff off of my bathtub, so I suppose it's worth it. One pad cleaned my tub, shower, and two bathroom sinks.
The verdict: I'll buy it again when it goes on sale or if I can find a coupon.
Important note: You may be curious as to what effect the Scrubbing Bubbles might have on your child's bum, but don't try it. The label says it is not to be used as a baby wipe.


Leah said...

I'm going to get this. I hate cleaning the bathtub. I had been using a spray bottle of scrubbing bubbles with my own sponge. It's the best product I'd found for getting rid of soap scum.

I feel like a 1950s housewife because we're talking about cleaning products. I am one step away from watching daytime TV.

Stephanie said...

Me too! Except I DO watch daytime TV, on Tivo.

Natalie said...

Me too! Katie- do you have to wipe off the surface after you use the pad? And... seriously? Do you think they got sued because someone used it as a baby wipe for their baby? Insanity.

Katie B said...

You just have to rinse it off afterwards.

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