Both of my showers are made of that fiberglass stuff that is textured on the bottom so someone who is clumsy like I am won't slip and break a hip. While I'm thankful that both of my hips are intact, the textured parts of the showers are a complete bitch to clean. I've tried every cleaner you can think of and even tried soaking them in OxiClean for multiple hours, bleach, powdered bleach paste, and lots of elbow grease. They still looked dingy.
My kids are every marketer's dream as they remember every advertisement, every jingle, and can probably recite to you the major selling points of any national product. *parenting fail* Recently they started pestering me to buy some new magic blue spray that cleans the bathrooms. I was amused that they cared. Well they don't. They were intrigued that you just spray it on blue and when it turns to white your bathrooms are CLEAN! HA HA! We all know THAT isn't true.
Then a few days later I was at Target staring at the cleaning products looking for something to work on the damn showers floors. That's when this caught my eye:
I only bought it because nothing else had worked and maybe I could talk my kids into cleaning the bathroom. Then I realized that letting them loose on the bathroom with a spray product that lets out blue foam wasn't the greatest idea so I did it myself.
OMG people. It WORKED. Do you hear me? It WORKED. I sprayed the whole tub blue, it turned white quickly but I decided to leave it there for a few hours. When I came back with a scrub brush and attacked it the grime came right off and rinsed away. I was shocked! Days later Matt even asked what I had done. MATT NOTICED THE FLOOR OF THE SHOWER!
Get thee to a store and get some Kaboom Foam-tastic. I don't understand why it worked better than oxi-clean as that's what's in it, but it did.