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Thank you again for all suggestions.

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I bought an OCedar mop just for the bathtub.  It has a white plastic wringer on it so it's easy to get water out.  It works great.

 

I bought a brush with a long handle at BB&B especially for the tub.  The mop works much better for me. 

 

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I use a long handle bar for the shower and tub that comes with a scrubbing sponge on the end. They are replaceable. I bought it on amazon many years ago. Works well.

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@Nightowlz wrote:

We keep our shower dried down after we shower so it's easier to keep it clean. DH cleans the tub. 

Fuller Brush sells a Tub & Shower E-Z Scrubber. It has a telescoping pole. They also sell a replacement scrubber brush for it. Q used to sell it but it's not available. Google search to see who has the best price for one.

 

 

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I got one similar to this in an auto shop to wash my cars. Now, I also use it to wash my windows and for the shower. Super !!

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I have that fuller brush one that was showed,i love it,had it for several years.

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I think for cleaning your bath tub you can try DIY methods such as, sprinkle the tub with baking soda and spray on the vinegar-and-water solution. After that scrub with a soft cloth or sponge until a paste forms. Let the paste sit for 15 minutes, then wipe and rinse.

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@Krimpette wrote:

"Quickie shower tub and tile scrubber" on Amzn, perhaps? Long-handled, battery operated, I believe.


Quickie has some good brushes.  I'd check their website, both Bath and Kitchen sections, to see if anything would work.

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I take a bath with SSS bath oil every day so the tub MUST be cleaned  daily or it would be very slippery. I use a magic eraser and a splash of Mr Clean. I have a bad back but I can manage if I hold on to the far side of the tub with one hand and scrub with the other, then I push myself back up with the hand I used to scrub with.

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That is what Molly Maids is for. 

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When I was having knee trouble, I found that my old loofah -- one that came mounted to a long handle -- worked for the tub and shower. I would spray with kaboom or another cleaner and use the handled loofah.