12 Bathroom Cleaning Products That Have a Cult-Like Following

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A squeaky clean bathroom is truly a thing of beauty. But, at the end of the day, a bathroom is just a bathroom and even the cleanest of clean freaks will have to deal with dirt, grime, and rust. Which is where cult-favorite products come in handy. We scoured the internet for the best bathroom cleaning products — their quality measured by the amount of cult-like five-star reviews. It's a dirty job, but someone has to do it.

Kaboom with OxiClean Foam-tastic Bathroom Cleaner
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When soap scum, hard water stains, or calcium have built up in your bathroom, this Kaboom cleaner spray is powerful enough to make them all disappear (according to 900 reviewers on Target). The spray foam is blue at first, then turns white when it's ready to wipe away.

An all-purpose cleaner made with high-quality ingredients and, as the bottle suggests, smells great. You won't have to worry about toxic fumes either.

Drillbrush Bathroom Surfaces Tub, Shower, Tile and Grout All Purpose Power Scrubber Cleaning Kit
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Power tools don't usually come to mind when we think of clean bathrooms, but after reading nearly 3,000 reviews, we wonder why it wasn't invented sooner. This three-piece power scrub brush kit is designed to cut your cleaning and scrubbing time in half or more as it eliminates the rigorous effort required in hand scrubbing. (Drill is not included, but all three heads fit on most power drills.)

Zwipes Microfiber Towel Cleaning Cloths, 12-Pack
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When it comes to wiping and cleaning surfaces in your bathroom, these microfiber cleaning cloths are grade A. Each towel absorbs eight times its weight in water and dries in half the time of standard towels. Plus, they can be washed and reused hundreds of times, allowing you to reduce waste and save money.

Extra Large Magic Cleaning Eraser Sponge - Oh My Clean
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These eraser sponges actually make cleaning fun. Made with premium quality melamine foam, Oh My Clean's extra-dense sponges easily remove tough dirt and grime.

Clorox Clean-Up All Purpose Cleaner with Bleach at Walmart
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This is just what you need if you want a sparkling clean bathroom that smells superfresh. Armed with this cleaner in your hands, over 8,000 fans swear you'll have no problem disinfecting surfaces and killing germs.

walmart clorox wipes
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These antibacterial all-purpose wipes are the GOAT. Throw them under the sink to quickly remove common allergens, germs, and messes found on bathroom surfaces.

Scotch-Brite Non-Scratch Multi-Purpose Scrub Sponges Value Pack
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If you're looking for a low-cost sponge that cleans tough messes without leaving scratches, Scotch-Brite has a long-lasting solution for you.

Pumie Toilet Bowl Ring Remover
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Get rid of those pesky and unsightly toilet bowl rings quickly and easily with this 100 percent natural pumice toilet bowl scrubber.

OXO Good Grips Extendable Tub and Tile Scrubber
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This is what you need if you're tired of climbing, crouching, or kneeling when cleaning your bathroom. Thanks to its unique shape, the tile scrubber also allows you to get into tight corners and angles.

Vastar 23.6 inch Drain Snake Clog Remover
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Let's be real, this is no one's favorite task — but this drain snake makes it a little more bearable. The flexible 23.6-inch barbed wand can grab and remove clustered hair and other obstructions quickly and easily.

puracy natural all purpose cleaner, green tea and lime
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Leave your bathroom smelling zesty and fresh with Puracy's plant-based all-purpose cleaner. Thanks to its natural ingredients, it's safe for everyone in the home, including children and pets.


Jennifer Nguyen

Jennifer Nguyen

Jennifer has worked for a variety of publications and businesses around the world. She's written about home decor, foreign affairs, travel, SaaS, business and marketing, law, and more. When she's not writing, she loves to travel, bury herself in books, train Muay Thai, going to live concerts and stuffing her face with delicious food.