Have you ever tried soaking in a tub that was recently scrubbed with scouring powder? Yuk! Its takes forever for that stuff to rinse clean. And who wants that toxic stuff in their bath water anyway? I have a solution for you.
Ingredients: Just baking soda and castile soap (diluted, of course).
Add enough Castile soap to the baking soda to make a paste like this:
Put some on a rag or sponge, scrub the tub and rinse. It doesn’t even require a lot of elbow…unless your tub is really dirty, in that case you will probably need a scrub brush. In any event, this homemade tub scrub is all natural, non-toxic and actually beneficial to your skin. If you have a little bit left over in your container, you can rinse the container out and pour it right into your bath water. The baking soda will soften your water, and the scent from the Castile soap will delight your senses. Should you choose to store your solution for later use, just cap it with airtight seal so it can stay nice and soft.
This solution, my friends, is the best thing since, idk, hot water heaters (sliced bread is so cliche).
Easy cleanin’ folks!