This $40 Electric Spin Scrubber Basically Cleans My Bathroom for Me (It Has Four Different Brush Attachments!)

published Jan 10, 2023
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Surprisingly enough, I think the toilet might be the cleanest part of my bathroom, and that’s mostly because it’s the easiest to clean. As much as I try to keep the sink tidy, there’s always a smear of foundation or a stray lock of hair somewhere on the counter. And when it comes to my shower and bathtub, well, I get anxious just thinking about it. You see, any household task that requires a lot of strength and force is basically a nightmare for me, and for a long time, my monthly tub-cleaning method has involved a bleach-based spray solution and a basic scrub brush. But no matter how powerful and whitening bleach claims to be, it feels like I can never quite achieve as deep a clean as I’d like. After just a few minutes of scrubbing, my breath is labored and my muscles are burning. In the end, I just want to give up.

It’s kind of a miracle, then, that I stumbled upon the IEZFIZ electric spin scrubber on Amazon. This easy-to-use brush totally upped my tub-scrubbing game, and I don’t see myself ever going back.

Even before I used this tool, I knew I liked it because it came with its own charger. I didn’t have to find batteries, nor do I have to be mindful of a pesky cord when I use it. I simply plugged it in, and it was ready to go after a couple of hours. In its little baggy, I also found the four detachable brush heads it comes with: two flat attachments (one’s more of a pad than a brush head), a tapered corner tool, and a rounded, dome-like attachment. With all these different shapes at your disposal, you can clean virtually any type of surface, be it the tight crevices around a faucet, the kitchen backsplash, or even your windows. But I mainly stuck to my shower area because that’s the largest expanse I have to get through, not to mention the least manageable one.

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After trying the different attachments, I settled on the dome-shaped one. I like that it’s simultaneously large, so it covers a few inches at a time, and able to get into the corners and grooves of my tub. Instead of having to angle my entire hand every time I approached a corner, I only had to slightly shift the brush head in that direction. The scrubber’s vibration is strong, but I was able to maintain a good grip and pass it over discolored spots a couple times to get residue off. As you can imagine, it felt way better than having to put my entire back into scrubbing the white acrylic. In no time whatsoever, I was able to get purple shampoo, shaving foam, and other grime off the walls and floor, leaving behind a sparkling white shower.

Lastly, I really like that the scrubber didn’t spray me with bleach. I was kind of expecting that given the vibrations, but unless you spray a ton of cleaner, you don’t have to worry about getting anything on your clothes. Basically, the spin scrubber exceeded all my expectations, and I no longer feel dread when bathroom-cleaning day approaches.

Buy: IEZFIX Electric Spin Scrubber, $39.99 (normally $45.99)