How to Clean the Bathtub with an Electric Cleaning Brush?

clean the bathtub

Cleaning the bathtub is a tiring and tedious task, but it has to be done. A bathtub is a gathering place for dirt, and if it is not cleaned regularly, black spots, water stains, mold spots, and other stains can quickly form. Now with the electric cleaning brush, none of this will be a problem, and you can clean your bath swiftly and efficiently.

The benefits of a bath cleaning brush

Traditional cleaning brushes require constant brushing of the inside of the bath, which can cause sore arms. Bending over for long periods can also cause back pain. With an electric cleaning brush, all of this is improved. The electric cleaning brush uses high-frequency vibrations to remove stubborn stains with half the effort, quickly.

In addition, the bathtub cleaning brush has a slight turn and can get into tight spaces, such as tile crevices. It cleans those tiny corners that are not easy to reach.

Electric cleaning brush
Electric cleaning brush

How to clean the bath thoroughly with the electric cleaning brush?

You will need to prepare:

  • Tile cleaner
  • Grouting brush
  • Electric cleaning brush
  • Cleaning cloth or sponge

Steps for cleaning the bath with the electric cleaning brush

Cleaning the wall
Cleaning the wall

1. Remove the contents of the bath

Remove all toiletries, toys, bottles, and bath sponges from the bath. We do not want these items to be covered by cleaning agents. Wipe down all these items as they will also have a sticky soap scum build-up on them. Set them aside and put them back in the bath afterward.

2. Have your electric cleaning brush ready

Electric cleaning brushes usually have several heads, and you need to choose the right one to clean different areas. The Tilswall cleaning brush has four interchangeable heads.

Install the brush heads according to the instructions, switch on the power, and you are ready to work.

3. Start with the bath surround

The first thing to clean is the wall above and around the bath. If the concrete joints are moldy and dirty, you will need a tile cleaner and a grout brush. Let the cleaner sit for a few minutes and use a stiff, flat brush to clean large areas of the wall quickly. Use a pointed brush to clean the crevices in the corners.

4. Cleaning the inside of the bath

Allowing the cleaner to remain on the bath for 3-5 minutes will enhance its ability to remove dirt and make your job easier. 3-5 minutes later, start cleaning the tub from top to bottom. You can adjust the handle of the cleaning brush to reach the corners.

Special attention needs to be paid to the fact that a dirt ring may form on the inside of the bath, which needs to be cleaned with a board brush and cleaning agent and then rinsed thoroughly.

Wipe again

Dry the bath thoroughly with a clean towel or cleaning cloth.


  1. A mixture of baking soda and vinegar can clean the bath, but be sure to rinse thoroughly.
  2. Wear gloves to protect your hands and skin. Ensure that the bathroom is ventilated at all times while you are using the cleaning products.
  3. Do not mix household cleaners. Make sure that the residue of one cleaner has been completely removed before using another cleaner.

Final words

Removing limescale, soap scum, deposits, and grime from the bath can seem like a daunting task. But with an electric cleaning brush, cleaning the tub will be a breeze. You can save a lot of time on other things. Pick up an electric cleaning brush from Tilswall and free your hands as soon as possible.