Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover Review and Giveaway (2 Winners) - CLOSED!

**This is a Sponsored Post.  I was given the product in exchange for this review. 
Sadly, I only have one bathroom.  With a family of five and an in-home daycare, it gets a lot of use!  I am constantly cleaning it because it always seems to be dirty.  We have a lot of white tile surrounding our tub/shower area along with the area around the sink.  It always seems dirty to me, since it's white.  Recently I was given some help with my dirty bathroom jobs from Soft Scrub.  Their new product: Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover has done a great job on cleaning my bathroom, and I'm happy to tell you all about it!

Normally I use another brand of mold and mildew cleaner and let me tell you how harsh the fumes are!  There is bleach in my normal cleaner and it is the best I've found to clean my bathtub and shower, until now.  I was a bit skeptical about how well this would work at getting my tub/shower white and clean, since I wasn't overwhelmed by any harsh fumes after applying the Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover.  I love that it's a gel, unlike my normal cleaner, it clings to the mold and mildew stains and doesn't just drip away.  I like to leave it on the area I'm cleaning for a while so that the cleaner really sinks in and my scrubbing job takes less time and elbow grease!  With the Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover, the gel really sticks to the dirty area, so I can scrub less!


You can purchase Soft Scrub Mold & Mildew Stain Remover at a retailer near you!


Thanks to Soft Scrub and Purex Insiders, TWO lucky Adventures of a Thrifty Mommy readers will each win coupon good for a FREE Soft Scrub Product!  Click "Read more" and follow the Rafflecopter directions to enter.

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Suburban prep said...

I use vinegar and water together to get a shine on glass and then "dry" with newspaper.

Sandra VanHoey said...

For carpet stains mix 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap, 1 tablespoon distilled vinegar, and 1/2 cups of water and dab the ink stain with the mixture.

lisa said...

Vinegar on glass/ windows.

Clair Shumack said...

I have no tricks! I just try to do everything as soon as I can so stains don't set lol

mahnrafjtb said...

I don't really have any tricks. I try what I have on hand, bleach or soap or baking soda

lilyk said...

Vinegar works wonders!