Dish soap: Choose a dish soap that has degreasing properties and doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals. Look for a mild and eco-friendly dish soap to protect your skin, bathtub, and the environment. I used Dawn dish soap but honestly any will do
Before you start cleaning, remove any loose items from your bathtub, such as soap dishes, mats, or toys. Rinse off any loose dirt or debris with water. This will help you get a better clean without spreading dirt around.
Squeeze a generous amount of dish soap onto the surface of your bathtub. You can use a sponge or a cloth to spread the dish soap evenly across the tub. Make sure to cover all the areas, including the walls and corners of the bathtub.
Take your broom and start scrubbing the surface of your bathtub using circular motions. The soft bristles of the broom will help loosen the dirt and grime from the surface of the tub without scratching it.
Once you’ve finished scrubbing, rinse off the dish soap and dirt from your bathtub with water. Use a bucket or a handheld showerhead to rinse thoroughly, making sure to remove all the soap residue from the tub.
After rinsing, use a clean towel or a microfiber cloth to dry your bathtub. Wipe off any excess water to prevent water spots or streaks from forming. Once your bathtub is dry, you can enjoy a clean tub for your next relaxing soak.