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Bzz, Bzz, Bzz: Automatic Shower Cleaner

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Today, I received my BzzKit for the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner. I needn't have waited to tell you about the product, though, because we've already been using it for a couple of years on our own. So, now I have a second machine for the kids' bathroom, and I'm excited about that!

I love the Automatic Shower Cleaner. It really works! Those of you who know me, or frequently read this blog, know that I am not a fan of cleaning. I don't like to do it, and I don't do it often. I used to, B.C. (before children), but now if I want a sparkling clean house, I would be spending my whole life doing nothing but that.

Anyway, you just hang the Shower Cleaner on the shower nozzle, and press the blue button when you're done showering. It beeps for 15 seconds and then sprays down the entire shower and curtain/door with cleanser, which you don't have to rinse off (although it's recommended that  do rinse it off every so often - but I never have and it's fine).

That's it! Clean shower! If you start off with a clean shower, it keeps it clean for you, so you NEVER have to go in there and scrub again. If you start off with a yucky shower, it takes 14-21 days to get it clean, and then you NEVER have to go in there and scrub again! :D Awesome, right?

You could say I'm a fan.  I just wish they had an Automated House Cleaner that picked up all the toys and then dusted and vacuumed, too. My only complaint is that whenever I insert the refill bottle, a little bit squirts out in my face.

Also in my BzzKit (but not part of the Bzz Campaign): a free package of Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel. It comes with the plunger-like applicator already filled up with cleaning goo, and you just click it onto the inside of your toilet bowl, one notch at a time. The cleaning goo sticks to the bowl and dissolves after a week, cleaning the whole time. So, I tried it out.

Obviously, I don't know how well it keeps the bowl clean yet, as it's only been a few hours, but I will say that it seems pretty well stuck on there, and the clean scent is strong as anything. It was a little difficult to take the applicator up to the next notch, though, but now that I've got the hang of it, it'll probably be easier. I'll have to report back on how well it works.

So, do any of you use the Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower cleaner? If so, what do you think of it?  If not, would you like a coupon for $5 off the $15 MSRP for a starter kit? Let me know in the comments.

Fin.

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