Clorox Bathroom Cleaner Review - Smells Like Bleach But Gets Rid Of Soap Scum

by Michelle P
(Green Bay, WI. US)

Michelle has provided this Clorox bathroom cleaner review.

Michelle says:

I use Clorox Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner to clean my bathroom. It is reasonably priced for a bottle.


I bought this bottle after receiving a sample and trying it at home. It worked a lot better than my old bathroom cleaner.

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The bottle says it has a fresh citrus scent but it just smells like bleach to me.

This product works great for removing soap scum.

It also works great to clean our bathtub, shower, counters, sink and toilet. It is very easy to use and removes tough soap scum without a lot of scrubbing.

I just spray it on what I'm cleaning, let it sit a few minutes then wipe with a sponge and rinse with water.

We also mix it in the mop bucket to clean our tile floors.

It is a great cleaning and disinfecting product. I would recommend it to everyone looking for a bathroom cleaner.

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Clorox Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner Review - Used In The Kitchen Too

by Cheryl Bevilacqua
(Lewiston, NY)

Cheryl says:

I have used Clorox's bathroom cleaner, with disinfectant, for over a year and I am impressed with the effectiveness of this product.

Although the name implies that I use it in the bathroom (which I do), I also use it regularly in my kitchen in order to kill germs there as well.

It is used in my bathroom on a weekly Saturday cleaning basis, but it is used in my kitchen more often. I spray my counters after I have cleaned up each meal's mess.

The fresh clean scent is pleasant and I feel as though I am providing the best defense for my family against the spread of colds and flus.

I make it a point to end the kitchen cleaning by moistening a sponge mop and spot spraying the floor with my Clorox Disinfectant to ensure the most possible cleanliness of my kitchen.

The handle of this spray hangs on the waistband of my jeans and is handy wherever I go to freshen an area in my home.

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Disinfecting
by: Anonymous

Spraying on any disinfecting cleaning product and wiping it off DOES NOT disinfect. Read any labels (including bleach) and you will see the surface must remain wet for 10 minutes or more for any disinfecting action to occur.

Thank you.

Response to disinfecting by Anonymous
by: Taylor

Anonymous, thanks so much for reminding everyone of this fact about disinfecting. When you spray a product on a surface it does not automatically start killing the germs and other items, but instead needs a "kill time." For those interested in learning more about this issue, please check out my article on sanitizing with bleach.

spray bottle
by: Anonymous

The bottle that is used today is the worst. Bring back the old bottle.

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