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Keep Your Bathroom Clean this Holiday Season with Rubbermaid #Giveaway {CAN Only}

Rubbermaid is a staple in our house.  I have the Rubbermaid containers with the easy find lids to store leftovers, the Lunchblox that goes in my daughters lunch kit and a Rubbermaid seal-able container to house my flour.  So it was no surprise that I would love the NEW Rubbermaid bathroom cleaning tools.

Rubbermaid knows that the most frustrating room in your house to clean is the bathroom.  Lots of dirt, grime and germs hide in hard to reach places.  That is why they have come out with 4 new tools that will help you combat those problem areas.

Spraying Scrubber allows you to spray and scrub at the same time.  No more trying to hold onto a cleaner bottle and clean at the same time.  The Spraying Scrubber tank holds 4 ounces of cleaning product, which is enough to clean a typical bathroom 2x!

Rubbermaid Spraying Scrubber

Rubbermaid Handheld 2 in 1The Handheld 2-in-1 Scrubber is an all purpose brush with a detail brush attached.  The detail brush is great for those tight and small spots like faucets and grout.

 

Sometimes we are in need of a tool that has more reach or leverage.  That’s where the Extendable Scrubber comes in.  With a pole that extends from 24-40 inches it is perfect for those areas where you need more reach.

Since our bathroom floor is a light colored linoleum, the hair, dirt and grime are a lot more noticeable.  Because of this, it is harder to keep clean.  So the job falls to my hubby who has way more upper body strength than me to scrub the grime off the floor.  So he tried out the Extendable Scrubber with the bristle brush.

Rubbermaid Extendable Scrubber

His initial thoughts were that while he thought he maybe could get the floor cleaner scrubbing on his hands and knees, with the added leverage, poll length and larger scrub brush head, he said he could clean the floor quicker and with not as much muscle.  I also gave it a try and got the same results, so (unfortunately for me) the bathroom floor cleaning may just be put on my To-Do list again.

Another area in the bathroom that is hard to clean around is the toilet and sink because of the curves of the bowls.  The Flexible Scrub Brush has 3 inch flexible bristles that can scrub around those curves but also locks into a flat position for cleaning regular spaces.

Rubbermaid Flexible Scrub Brush

What makes these Rubbermaid bathroom cleaning tools even greater, is that the Spraying Scrubber, Handheld 2-in-1 and Extendable Scrubber all work with switchable pads made by Rubbermaid.  You have the:

  • Scouring Pad – which is perfect for all-surface scrubbing
  • Sponge – which is an all-surface cleaning & wiping pad
  • Bristle Brush – which is perfect for those heavy duty scrubbing jobs
  • Disposable Pads – which are great for those messy, gross jobs that you just want to get rid of the “evidence”.  These pads are sold in packages of 6.

Rubbermaid Switchable Pads

The great thing is that all these Rubbermaid products are available from $9.99 to $14.99, so they are definitely affordable!

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1 Canadian Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Rubbermaid Prize Pack valued at over $50!

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Comments

  1. I could love another Bowl Brush & Caddy – to keep the toilet clean!

  2. Tracey Flattes says:

    I like the under-the-rim brush – hate cleaning there!

  3. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for cleaning the tub.

  4. The under the rim brush would be my pick.

  5. Wendy Dickinson says:

    Being disabled limits what i can do. Bending to clean around the toilet is not something i can do. The Extendable Scrubber would work great at helping me reach the areas my body doesn’t allow me to bend to anymore.

    msdickinson28 at hotmail dot com

  6. a Comfort Grip Tile & Grout Brush needs to go on my list for the shower

  7. Comfort Grip Tile & Grout Brush..i can never get my shower the way i want

  8. Kim Barrett says:

    I would use the extendable scrubber to clean behind the corner-mounted(!) toilet.

  9. Debbie Bashford says:

    Clean & Dry Plunger, for the toilets, I think this is genius!

  10. cylina williams says:

    Flexible Scrub Brush for the bathtub

  11. gibberish (Julie G.) says:

    I’d definitely use the Clean & Dry Plunger for those times when the toilet gets plugged. I have a two year old granddaughter who has a fascination with toilet paper. Need I say more?

  12. sandra mitchell says:

    comfort grip tile and grout brush for the bath tile

  13. Joanne Elford says:

    2 In 1 Scrubber will get all the jobs done fast!

  14. Maegan Morin says:

    I would like the Clean and Dry Plunger because they always make such a mess!! rubbermaid.com/Category/Pages/ProductDetail.aspx?CatName=BathroomAccessories&SubcatId=BathroomCleaning&Prod_ID=RP092048

  15. The Under-The-Rim Brush looks like a great idea.

  16. I would use the under the rim toilet bowl brush for my toilet because it gets at tough stains that is hard to do with a regular toilet bowl brush

  17. I like the under-the-rim brush, I very much dislike that job!

  18. jennifer rusk-medland says:

    I absolutely love rubbermaid products! they are so durable and great for storage and cleaning! the extendable scrubber would come in handy! thanks for the opportunity! :)

  19. Nena Sinclair says:

    I like the extendable scrubber, it would be great for scrubbing the shower walls

  20. 2-in-1 Scrubber and i would use it for the grout areas in my bathroom!!!

  21. I would use the Comfort Grip Squeegee for the mirrors and the glass shower door.

  22. being a bedridden person with MS, I have a caregiver that does all my cleaning so I try to get the best cleaning products I can, and Rubbermaid is the best. Any of your products would be fabulous to win, especially bathroom stuff, seeing as how my bed is 3 feet away from it. The extendable scrubber would be the best. And when I am mobile again, it’s some I could also use, even with a walker, thanks

  23. Cheryl Grandy says:

    I’d use the comfort grip scrub brush.

  24. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for cleaning the bath

  25. deanna_boocock says:

    Would use the Comfort Grip Scrub Brush for my bathtub

  26. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for my shower wall.

  27. The extendable scrubber to wash my shower walls.

  28. Carol Denny says:

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    The Under the rim brysh. Its hard to reach with a regular brush,

  29. Carol Denny says:

    The under the rim brush. its hard to clean with a regular brush.

  30. Doris Calvert says:

    I like the clean and dry plunger, great idea

  31. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for my shower walls

  32. under the rim brush. its the worst spot to clean

  33. Id love the Flexible Sweeper for doing my floors!

  34. I’d love the extendable scrubber for the hard to reach places such as behind the toilet or on the shower walls up high

  35. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d use the Flexible Scrub Brush for the bathtub,

  36. I would use the Spray Scrubber to clean the shower.

  37. i would like the Extendable Scrubber because i am a short person and this is not an easy life lol

  38. I’m in need of a 15 Qt. Bucket

  39. I like the looks of the under rim brush for my husband. It is hard to keep that part of the toilet clean.

  40. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for the bathtub!

  41. I would use the Extendable Scrubber to clean the shower
    thanks

  42. Elva Roberts says:

    November 14-I really like their Extendable Scrubber. Sounds like a back saver!

  43. I need something like the 2 in 1 scrubber for my shower. Would make life so much easier.

  44. Huguette E. says:

    I would use the Extendable Scrubber for cleaning the shower.

  45. I would use the spray scrubber

  46. The Under-The-Rim Brush looks like a great help for the area we all hate.

  47. I’d like to use the Reveal Spray Mop to clean the bathroom floor.

  48. ooh the 2 in 1 scrubber for the bathtub/sink!

  49. Would love to try their Comfort Grip Squeegee

  50. Doreen Lamoureux says:

    I would use the Extendable Scrubber for my shower.

  51. Our kitchen tiles haven’t been cleaned since we moved in, time to do it with the scrubber!

  52. I would use the Extendable Scrubber to clean the tiles in the bath. My walls 9ft so I always have to use a ladder to clean them properly. This would save a lot of time!

  53. Rhonda W G. says:

    Having a bad back I could sure use the Extendable Scrubber so I could get hard to reach areas and have to do less bending…

    Extendable Scrubber

  54. I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush for cleaning the tub.

  55. Cherin McKenzie says:

    nice prize

  56. sharon boyle says:

    The flexible scrub brush for the toiler and tub!

  57. Under-The-Rim brush…for under the rim. I would use it..great idea.

  58. Under-The-Rim Bowl Brush would be my choice

  59. want the extendable scrubber. Better for my back. =)

  60. I would like to have the Clean & Dry Plunger! I think it is a wonderful item. PS It is on my xmas wish list lol

  61. I’d like to use the 2 in 1 scrubber and use the detail brush for cleaning grout stains and around the toilet bowl.

  62. Belinda McNabb says:

    Covered Bowl Brush Set to keep the toilet clean but hide it when it is not in use

  63. I’d like to use the Comfort Grip Squeegee for cleaning the mirror

  64. the Clean and Dry Plunger. Nothing yuckier then a wet plunger and trying to find a place to leave it.

  65. flexible scrub brush

  66. Fanterra Fisher says:

    I want an under the rim toilet brush, most other brushes can’t get up there. eeewwww

  67. Amy Johnson says:

    Want to try the rim cleaner, such a grose area to clean blahh

  68. Spray Scrubber for the bathroom tiles

  69. marjorie l. says:

    The Extendable Scrubber for shower stall walls.

  70. The 2-in-1 Scrubber for the bathroom tile grout.

  71. Stacey Dempsey says:

    I would use the extendable scrubber for the ceilings especially above the shower

  72. The Extendable Scrubber

  73. I’d really like the Comfort Grip Scrub Brush to clean my tile.

  74. Sharon Cosby says:

    Clean & Dry Plunger!! I like that idea!! Cause everytime I plunge i have to disinfect the toilet seat too. sheesh!!

  75. I could for sure use the Flexible Scrub Brush for cleaning my tub!

  76. The under-the-rim brush would rock my bathroom world! Keeps me from getting all out down and dirty, genious idea!

  77. I’d love to try the Flexible Scrub Brush! Thanks!

  78. I could really use the extendable scrubber for my shower stall cuz I’m short!

  79. The Comfort Grip Tile & Grout Brush – I hate cleaning grout but it’s necessary

  80. I would use the Disposable Pads. Bathroooms are pretty germy and gross!

  81. Love to try the Flexible Scrub brush, it looks like it would come in handy.

  82. I’d use the Spray Scrubber for the shower stall

  83. Deb Dorrington says:

    I like the Comfort Grip Tile & Grout Brush for my shower.

  84. JUDY FARRIS says:

    WOW THAT IS WAY COOL. I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THAT. IT WOULD HELP ME SO MUCH.

  85. I would definitely use the Comfort Grip Squeegee in my shower, on the glass. Thanks!

  86. Lisa Morrison says:

    I want the under the rim brush.

  87. Megan Willis says:

    the spray scrubber

  88. Boy what a great way to clean the bathroom

  89. I’d love the extend brush for just about anything bathroom related!

  90. It’s a toss up between the 2-in-1 Scrubber and the Flexible Scrub Brush. I love the little brush that comes with the 2-in-1 but being able to scrub the bottom of the tub as well as that little patch up the side at the same time would be great.

  91. The Flexible Scrub Brush for the dirty corners of the tile.

  92. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d choose the Extendable Scrubber so that I can easily reach the bathtub tiles.

  93. Mike Gismondi says:

    I would use the Flexible Scrub Brush

  94. Alicia Murdoch says:

    The spray scrubber is the best idea ever…with all the cleaning solution right in the handle I could clean the shower and tub in no time!

  95. Marlene V. says:

    I really like the Comfort Grip Tile & Grout Brush and would love to use it for my bathroom shower

  96. I would use the 2 in 1 scrubber for my shower!

  97. Liveyourlife101 says:

    I would use the flexible sweeper to clean the bathroom corners that are hard to clean.

  98. Florence C says:

    The comfort grip squeegee is great for quick wipe down after showering.

  99. Mary Cloud says:

    The Reveal Spray Mop

  100. This would be awesome for my new house!

  101. Jennifer Richardson says:

    The Flexible Scrub Brush to get behind and around the toilet

  102. I would like the Covered Bowl Brush Set

  103. the under the rim brush would be my choice

  104. The Extendable Scrubber to clean the walls of my shower

  105. great product!

  106. Debbie Petch says:

    I like the Clean and Dry Plunger.

  107. Clean and Dry Plunger

  108. I like Flexible Scrub Brush for the shower!!!

  109. Under-The-Rim Bowl Brush There is nasty stuff lurking under there.

  110. The Flexible Scrub Brush to clean around the toilet

  111. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    Really like the clean and dry plunger – could really use that in the bathroom

  112. Jacquie Hess says:

    Extendable scrubber for my shower walls.

  113. I would like the clean and dry plunger since my kids constantly plug up toilets

  114. Lori Bazan says:

    Extendable Scrubber for the downstairs shower

  115. ALL of them LOL

  116. the toilet bowel brush and caddy. I need a new one.

  117. the under-the-rim brush

  118. I would use the Extendable Scrubber for the shower walls.

  119. The Spraying Scrubber

  120. I would use the extendable scrubber for my shower walls!

  121. There is an under-the-rim toilet brush? I could use that.

  122. I could definitely use the Under-The-Rim Bowl Brush and the clean and dry plunger

  123. Michelle Roy says:

    Would love to try the scrub brush, or under the rim toilet brush.

  124. I like the under the rim brush!

  125. amanda roach says:

    thanks for the awesome giveaway.

  126. The bathtub.

  127. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    cleaning the toilet so that I have the feeling it really is clean. Under the rim is such a difficult area to reach.

  128. Sandra Tuplin says:

    There isn’t a better cleaning product made than Rubbermaid.

  129. The help with cleaning the toilet, especially under the rim would be greatly appreciated!

  130. Keeping the shower tiles clean is my biggest problem, both my wife and I hate scrubbing them..lol

  131. around & behind the toilet bowl, hard to reach area.

  132. biggest problem is trying to keep the tub basin and shower walls clean – takes a lot of work!

  133. The shower is my problem area…I have a hard time reaching!

  134. Handheld 2-In-1 Scrubber

  135. behind the toilet – I can’t reach it well. thanks

  136. My biggest problem areas are the out of reach nooks and crannies in my bathroom.
    The Extendable Scrubber would be helpful.

  137. Our biggest problem area is the area behind the toilet. No one can get in there.

  138. My biggest problem is the standing shower and the corners in there. As well as the hard water deposits.

  139. holly messana says:

    my biggest problem is trying to clean the shower doors without having to get into the shower

  140. Biggest problem is the grout in the itty bitty shower tiles

  141. The shower

  142. I would like to try the Under-the-Rim brush

  143. I still would like to use the extendable scrubber on the top of my shower!

  144. My biggest problem area is definitely around the bottom of the toilet, and where we keep our cat litter box, they’re really messy sometimes!

  145. My problem area is the grout in the shower stall.

  146. The bath tub – our water is so hard, the tub gets that rust colour

  147. Tanja Paquette says:

    the sink! with three kids and two adults brushing teeth in the morning the sink and counter are a disaster

  148. The biggest problem area in the bathroom is the tile floor and the grout. Hard to keep clean!
    Thanks.

  149. behind the toilet – it always gets ignored because it’s so hard to reach.

  150. I would like to try the Flexible Scrub Brush on the bathtub

  151. Unita Esau says:

    tile and grout brush!

  152. I dislike cleaning the toilet in general.

  153. I like the clean and dry plunger

  154. That would be the tub. It is always hard to clean.

  155. Michelle B says:

    My biggest problem area would be the bathroom! cleaning up after my daughter is always a chore, as toothpaste ends up everywhere.

  156. Under the rim of the toilet is the worst.

  157. The top half of the shower – I am too short to reach :-)

  158. The tub!

  159. Behind the toilet!! I hate that my face *may* bump the bowl. Ick!

  160. I love that grout scrubber of the 2 in 1 brush!

  161. The shower

  162. Around the toilet.

  163. I hate under the rim of the toilet

  164. I have Arthritis in my back so cleaning the bath tub/walls etc. are a big problem. The extendable scrubber would be a big help for this as well as the floor.

  165. I would like to see what the Handheld 2-In-1 Scrubber can do on my bathroom counter

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