Come join me in sharing how I use Zep PowerFoam Tub and Tile Cleaner to get our bathtub super clean so that I can wash the beach off when I get home, and lounge around in my invigorating citrus bath salts, as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #ZepSocialstars
If you’re joining for the first time ever, you should know one thing about me, and it’s that I’m straight up lazy when it comes to cleaning my house. As such, I only use products that work really hard to get the job down with as little elbow grease from me as possible. Why? Because I want more time to relax with my Better Homes & Gardens Storage & Organization magazine in the bathtub, and less time chipping the shaving cream off the shower wall. I have priorities, and they generally fall into the “relaxation and fun” categories.
Let’s just be honest, the last thing you want to do when you arrive home from the beach, orifices full of sand, hair salt-matted to your scalp, is scrub a tub. Rub a dub-dub, I ain’t scrubbin’ the tub. That’s why, hands down, Zep PowerFoam Tub and Tile Cleaner from Home Depot is my favorite tub and tile cleaner around.
It’s pretty foolproof because all you do is spray it down, wait a few minutes, then wipe. It quickly dissolves soap scum, calcium deposits, and limescale; all good things considering the fact that my husband uses soap like it’s going out of style, and we live in a hard water area. The scent won’t knock you out, which surprises me each time I go to use it. Tough cleaners generally have really strong smells, but Zep PowerFoam Tub and Tile Cleaner has a nice mild scent that I don’t mind hanging out with after I’ve cleaned the tub. (Please make note of the fact that I said “cleaned” the tub, not “scrubbed” the tub.) Let me also reiterate the point that you absolutely do not have to put any elbow grease into this cleaning, Zep goes to work for you.
As always, Zep, my best employee.
I guess it’s important to note that I do clean the kid’s bathroom with the same product, because we all know how gross kids can be in the shower. When can kids start cleaning their own bathrooms? I feel like 13 is a suitable age for a child to be cleaning their own bathroom. Someone please confirm or deny that fact so I can start making my teenager wipe his bathroom down with Zep PowerFoam Tub and Tile once a week.
For those of you who aren’t here for the funny and would rather know how I soak, you’re in for a treat.
I like to use 1/4 cup of my favorite citrus lavender bath salts to unwind after a day at the beach. Citrus is reviving but lavender is soothing, so when the sun has kissed my skin just a smidge too hard, it soothes and relaxes.
The recipe is easy and you can find it below, so that once you’ve wiped – not scrubbed – your tub out with Zep PowerFoam Tub and Tile, you can relax your sun-kissed skin and revive your spirit too.
Because every mom knows the importance of a clean house and an uplifted spirit.
Invigorating & Soothing Bath Salts Recipe: