One thing we loathe to do is to scrub the bathtub (not that we adore cleaning the toilet but...). There's just something about leaning over and scrubbing scrubbing scrubbing and somehow always ending up very wet. So we figured out a way to spend a minimal amount of time cleaning it with great results...We take a lot of baths. Like 5 times a week probably. So every time, or every other time, we take a bath we use the washcloth at the end of the bath to scrub down the sides (maybe with some body wash on it too for soap) and buff the chrome. Also, when possible we really try not to use oily soaks that are a total pain to remove from the porcelain. It never takes more than a minute or 2 to scrub down the sides and then one last sweep across when most of the water is out to make sure that everything is going down the drain. This way nothing builds up in the bathtub like that horrible ring around the top of the water and we save ourselves having to use harsh chemicals and tons of elbow grease. Do you have any tricks for maintenance?