Cleaning Your Bathroom Even With Furry Friends at Home
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On the one hand we’ve been lucky this winter. We haven’t had any snow. However, we have had a ton of rain.
While we are smart enough to wipe our feet (or take our shoes off), sometimes our pets aren’t so smart.
After daily walks, my dog Carmella is often covered in mud from head to paw. (Because splashing in mud puddles is fun right?!).
The only way to stop her from turning into a dirty smelly mess is frequent baths. However, in a one bathroom house this puts in a weird position.
I’m a huge germaphobe. I can’t relax in a hot bath when I’ve just bathed the dog (who probably rolled in dead animals or droppings on our walk!). I’m not alone. According the Scrubbing Bubbles® Dirty Work Index, 40% of Americans also wash their furry friend in the bathtub.
No dog? No problem! Did you know that two out of fivemen admit to urinating the shower? Ew! Many people also use the tub to clean sports gear or wash clothes.
When relaxing in a hot bath I want to be surrounded by bubbles and bath melts not residue from those activities!
Did you know that Americans spend less than 20 minutes per week cleaning their bathroom? *cough* I might even be below average *cough*. It’s not a fun or exciting chore. But it’s important to keep it clean and as germ free as possible. Scrubbing Bubbles® helps me do just that!
Because of this I’ve been getting a lot of use out of my new Scrubbing Bubbles® Multi Surface Bathroom Cleaner. It both kills 99.99% of bacteria and deodorizes. I love how little effort I have to put into scrubbing. It makes the chore seem like a lot less work! Then I know I have a complete clean in the bathroom.
Be sure to get your Scrubbing Bubbles® Foaming Bleach Bathroom Cleaner today in the cleaning aisle at your local food, drug and mass-merchandise stores! For more information visit ScrubbingBubbles.com or Facebook.com/ScrubbingBubbles