On a rainy Saturday, it was time to stop putting off cleaning my bathroom. Over the last few years I switched to using green cleaning products. I live a few blocks from the ocean and the storm drains connect to a lake outside my house that goes directly into the ocean. All this drives me to be a little more environmental friendly. In my cabinet are a few cleaning products and this Saturday I decided to try and answer the question, does Method Bathroom Cleaner work?
If you’re going clean greener, you need products that actually work. And this busy girl needs cleaning products that are quick and easy to use. The glass around my shower accumulated an embarrassing film of soap scum and hard water deposits.
I pulled two Method Bathroom cleaners out of my cabinet to test how well they would work, side-by-side, with minimal effort.
Method Antibacterial Bathroom Cleaner vs Method Foaming Bathroom Cleaner
In today’s test I sprayed one part of the shower class with Method antibacterial bathroom cleaner (spearmint) and the other section with Method Foaming Bathroom Cleaner (eucalyptus mint). I let them sit for 5 minutes, gave each side a firm scrubbing, and then rinsed it off the glass.
Method antibacterial bathroom cleaner
According to Method, the disinfectant formula kills kills 99.9% of household germs (including: staphylococcus aureus, salmonella enterica, influenza A, and E. coli). It is also specifically made for soap scum and hard water stains. I know not everyone is thrilled about the ideas of antibacterial cleaners, but with some of the nasty bugs going around, I really don’t have time to deal with illness, let alone cleaning.
Method Foaming Bathroom Cleaner
According to Method, the Foaming Bathroom Cleaner is used to clean mold, mildew, soap scum and grime. The spray nozzle is designed to cover more surface area.
So does Method Bathroom Cleaner work?
Today’s test focused the soap scum and water deposits that accumulated on my shower’s glass walls. I’ll have to try the mold another day. That one is pretty persistent. For the general shower grime, does Method Bathroom Cleaner work? Is it worth the effort?
Both cleaners felt easy to spray, very important, and the foaming spray did cover the glass a little better. Easy to use, check.
For the level of grime I had, the Method Foaming Bathroom Cleaner worked better than the antibacterial bathroom cleaner. Both worked well, but if you’re as behind like me in your cleaning, consider starting with the foaming cleaner. That one really cut through the mess.