Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The Great '08 Shower Experiment - Day Zero

As part of BzzAgent, I've been given the chance to try products, evaluate them, and spread the word about them (I previously was given the UV Sanitizer by Sonicare).

This time around, the product is the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner with Dual Sprayers. I'm REALLY excited to give this a go since cleaning my shower just isn't in the top ten list of things I love to do, want to do, or even care to do. I'm also hesitant to buy products of this nature since I don't know how well they work and I hate wasting money.

To truly test the cleaner, I let my shower get pretty gross. I wanted to make it a true test, so over the next 14 days or so, hopefully you will see my humdrum shower turn into a sparkly Barbie palace. Or just get really clean with no rag/windex time on my behalf.

BEHOLD! The box containing the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner
The product in the box.

Installation was a complete snap. You put four batteries in the bottom of the cleaner (it even has a diagram on the cleaner...not printed but permanently there, raised plastic), snap the hanger onto the back, hang it on the shower head, and pop in a bottle of the cleaner. And viola!

Cleaner installed and ready to go.
Product installed

And on to photos of my shower, day zero before ANY use of the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner. I'm going to try and do my best to do the same photo each day of this experiment.

Glass Door
Day 0 - door

Day 0 - tile

The floor - it is pretty scummy where the wall meets the floor
Day 0 - floor


Mommy Daisy said...

That sounds like a fun experiment. I'm going to have to check out that website.

Pickles and Dimes said...

You have to report on whether it cleans the wall that it's hanging on, please! If it does, I'm in!