Method Tub And Tile Cleaner Review - Cleans Well If Used Frequently

by Jacqueline R.
(Dallas, Texas)

Jacqueline has provided this Method Tub and Tile Cleaner review.

Jacqueline says:

I started using Method's tile and tub cleaner about a year ago, and I don't want to go back to other bathroom products.

The reason for this is the fact that I am environmentally conscious and I do not like my bathroom smelling like chemicals.

Method does not have a nasty chemical stench. Instead it has a eucalyptus mint scent that actually smells nice, so I don't mind cleaning my bathroom.

I mainly use it for my bathroom sink and bathtub.

Also, the bottle the product comes in comes from 100% recycled plastic and the cleaners are plant-derived. What's not to like about that?

One drawback to this product is that it does not clean as powerfully as some of the other cleaners, so if you only bother to clean your bathroom a few times each year and have some nasty build-up collecting in your sink and tub, then you will have to find another product.

I am a bit of a neat freak, so Method does the job for me.

Taylor says:

Thanks Jacqueline for your Method Tub and Tile Cleaner review.

Many people have commented on the nice smells of Method cleaning products, and how they don't feel like they smell chemical, but instead just fresh.

Another example on the site is Nicole's review of Method detergent, which she felt smelled heavenly.

So, what do you use to clean your bathroom? You can share your bathroom cleaner reviews here, or read others already submitted.

In addition, if you use any type of Method cleaning products I would love to hear from you to tell me what you think about them. You can share your house cleaning supplies reviews here, telling me about these or any other brand of product you like, and why.

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Method Tub-N-Tile Soap Scum + Stain Remover Cleaner Has Disappointed Me

by Jen
(Grand Forks, ND)

Jen has provided her review of Method Tub-N-Tile cleaner.

Jen says:

I haven't been very happy with Method Tub-n-Tile, and I won't be buying it again.

The bottle says "in the fight against dirty, the bathroom is a battleground." Unfortunately, in my battle against soap scum, this cleaner hasn't been a winner.

On the upside, it has a nice scent (eucalyptus mint) that isn't overpowering. In addition, it's nontoxic, so it's better for me and for the environment.

However, I haven't found it to be very effective on soap scum. After several applications and quite a bit of scrubbing on the spots where soap scum accumulates around my tub, I quit using this cleaner in the tub and shower.

I've had half a bottle sitting around for about a year now, which I sometimes pull out and use for wiping down easy-to-clean bathroom surfaces that just collect dust. If this product were marketed as a general surface cleaner, then I'd probably give it a more positive review.

Another thing I don't like about this Method product is that the spray nozzle is kind of small and wimpy and it doesn't have much of a neck, so it's not very comfortable in my hand. Any spray pump can get tiring after awhile, but this one felt uncomfortable from the first squirt, which is a problem because it's the kind of cleaner where you typically want to spray a pretty large area.

Taylor says:

Thanks Jen for sharing your Method Tub and Tile cleaner review.

Your review sounds familiar, to a degree, to the one above. Basically, she said it works best if you use it frequently. If you've got a big build up of soap scum, she didn't think it worked as well, and that is basically what I'm hearing from you as well.

***Update - I recently received a review of Method Le Scrub Bathroom Cleaner, which is basically a companion product to the Method Tub and Tile Cleaner, which Method now refers to as Method Bathroom Cleaner. It has the same scent, but it has some abrasiveness to it, and this reviewer said this helped remove soap scum more easily than this other cleaner. If you are interested in using a more eco-friendly cleaning product, but this one didn't fight soap scum like you hoped, the Le Scrub may be an additional possibility for you.***

I would love to hear even more reviews of this product, to see what even more people have to say. You can share your natural bathroom cleaner review here, or read other reviews that have already been submitted.

In addition, you can share reviews of other Method cleaning products here, or read reviews that have already been submitted.

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