The internet is cleaning my shower.

March 4, 2014


On someone’s Facebook/Pinterest/’101 Ways to Make Your Life Better’ something-or-other, I saw this and thought it would be a good idea:


It’s one of those dish scrubbers (that I could never use on dishes because I have a thing about foodstuff getting into sponges and cloths *jibblie*) that you fill with dish soap and keep in your shower. At the end of your shower, you scrub a little part of the shower/bath walls each day. (So now it’s filled with soap scum and people bits. *jibble*)

Actually, I think the original post said to fill the handle with a mixture of soap and vinegar, but I’ve just been using soap for a couple of weeks. I guess the shower is better, but I really wouldn’t know since I shower in the dark with no glasses on, so it’s a little Helen Keller-ish. I bet she didn’t care how clean her shower was.

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4 Responses to “The internet is cleaning my shower.”

  1. Brad Said on:

    The problem with ideas like that is that I would never remember to do the two minutes per day or whatever. I’d just keep going through my routine and forget why that scrubby thing was in my shower.


  2. Peggy Said on:

    Food & people bits (HAHA!) in sponges…..


  3. Deborah Said on:

    So if you don’t use a washcloth or sponge for your dishes, what do you use?


    • Lauren Said on:

      I have a large box that squirts water and soap. 😉

      Actually I use ScotchBrite scrubber pads, cut into fourths. I run them through the dishwasher fairly often.


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