We’ve used the various versions of Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleanser for some years, and have found it the versatile, effective but not terribly abrasive antibacterial liquid cleanser.
Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleanser Review
Here are our detailed thoughts about this handy household cleaning product.
Benefits, Features, Advantages, and Pros of Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleanser Cleaner
Not Too “Bleachy” Smelling
Has a gentle but not overpowering aroma (though it has a hint of a bleach smell that’s a bit stronger than the Soft Scrub without the bleach). Still though, you need not open windows or turn on exhaust fans while using it in small spaces like my little bathroom.
Aroma Dissipates Quickly
Plus, the scent does not linger. Soon after you rinse this cleanser down the drain, its smell disappears as well.
Great for Removing Gunky Commode Bowl Stains and Rust
We most use this Soft Scrub product in bathrooms for removing soap scum and hard water deposits from bathtubs, sinks, and occasionally, the toilet whenever a stubborn spot appears in the bowl. It’s also great in the kitchen for removing stubborn counter top tea and coffee stains, scouring the sink, and cleaning stoves.
Works particularly well at removing the most common bathroom dirt and scum as well as disinfects those surfaces.
Great Bathtub Cleaner
Hard on soap scum. But soft on plastic and fiberglass surfaces.
Does not Scratch Most Surfaces
We’ve never scratched any bathroom or kitchen surface with Soft Scrub antibacterial cleanser cleaner. It has indeed well cleaned almost every surface we spread it on.
Rags and Sponges.
Works just as well when applied with a rag as it does when applied with a sponge.
Flushes away completely, although not always quickly, depending on how much you applied. The fine, gritty stuff in this cleaner needs lots of water to completely rinse down the drain.
Recyclable Plastic Bottle
Just rinse thoroughly inside and out, prior to depositing in the recycling bin.
Sold Almost Everywhere
Is very easy to find in just about any grocery or home improvement store.
Cheap to Buy
Haven’t bought it lately however, as we have many bottles of it around. But Soft Scrub costs no more than several to six dollars per bottle. Plus, it lasts a long time. We get at least ten bathroom cleanings out of it.
Contains Clorox Bleach
We like that they put a little bleach into this product to strengthen its disinfectant qualities. The bleach also increases its cleaning power as a cleanser. It’s the bleach that makes this product anti bacterial and disinfecting, and further strengthens its stain-removing powers.
Disadvantages, Cons, Limitations, Problems, and Concerns of Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleanser
Can Indeed Scratch
It does scratch if you rub too hard while cleaning certain surfaces. So, rub as gently as you can, and test the surfaces that you’re cleaning beforehand, in a non conspicuous location on said surfaces, to get a feel for how much this cleaner will scratch.
Bleach can Discolor Clothing and Surfaces
Be careful not to drop this cleaner on your clothing or other delicate non color fast surfaces, as it could cause color fading at the points of contact.
Hard on Sensitive Skin
Be sure to wear protective gloves when working with this product.
In sum: We like this cleansing cleaner, and would thus, highly recommend it to anyone wanting to do a thorough job of cleaning their kitchen and / or bathroom. I’d rate this version of Soft Scrub at 96 out of 100.
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Where To Buy Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleanser
Look for this product in the white plastic bottle with the green label with yellow lettering at Walmart, Giant Eagle, Hometown Market, Weis, Lowe’s, or any larger grocery shop or home improvement center.
- Soft Scrub Antibacterial Cleansers Official Product Web Site
- Where to buy Soft Scrub Anti Bacterial Cleanser
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- 2012-03-06: Originally published.