Thursday, February 25, 2010

Cleaning: Bathtubs Without Pain

Having joint problems that makes it difficult to clean your bathtub, or a deep whirlpool bath?

Try buying a new sponge mop, the kind that has a squeeze device attached to wring it out. Mark the handle with a permanent marker or duct tape to identify it from other mops, and use this one only for the tub cleaning chore.

The mop eliminates the need to bend over or get on your knees. If you have a linen closet in the bathroom, then keep the tub-cleaning mop there or keep it in a separate area from the regular mops. This will keep family members from accidently using it to clean a floor.

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