Life in the Lost World

the continuing saga of an opinionated vegan mom blogger and her zoo crew….

   Mar 14

“Soft Scrub® Lemon Cleanser – review and #giveaway ends 3/26

Disclosure: The blog owner (that’s me!) received a product(s) or promotional item from Purex Insiders and Soft Scrub to facilitate this review. I received no other compensation for this post and was under no obligation to post a positive review. The opinions contained herein, are my own and reflect my experience with the product(s). Your own may differ.

About a week ago, I grabbed a casserole dish from the cupboard during my dinner preps only to find that my kitchen magician that week had neglected to scrub the burn-y little stains completely off of it before putting it away. To be fair, those burned on stains DO require a lot of elbow grease, but I knew unless I re-scrubbed it, it would be twice as hard to clean.

It was a good a time as any to give my new bottle of Soft Scrub Lemon Cleanser, that, as a Purex Insider, I was sent to test drive and then tell you about. I squirted a bit on my dish cloth and went to work on those stains. It was almost as easy as using an eraser! The stains nearly wiped away. I was sold!

“Soft Scrub® Lemon Cleanser offers the same micro-abrasive cleaning formula as regular Soft Scrub Cleanser but without the bleach, so it safely cleans virtually every surface in your home. From pots & pans to porcelain tubs to vinyl siding, you’ll love finding ways to use this hard-working yet gentle formula with its fresh, lemon scent.”

On to the bathroom. While the kid’s bathroom in being renovated, the whole family is using my bathroom. You can only imagine how gross my sink looks every day. The Soft Scrub Lemon Cleanser makes short work of dried toothpaste, hard water stains and those mystery globs that seem to crop up on a daily basis. Soft Scrub even handled the stains from a sloppy hair coloring job (the perpetrator will remain nameless)

It’s cleaned my stove with ease, countertops, casserole dishes and stainless cookware. I even used it to scrub the trays of the bird cages. It worked well in each instance!

Soft Scrub® is proud to introduce the One Surface at A Time® Sweepstakes featuring Soft Scrub® Total All Purpose! One lucky grand prize winner will receive $1,000 and a year’s supply of Soft Scrub, while 250 second place winners will receive free Soft Scrub. The sweepstakes begain on February 22, 2013 and ends on March 22, 2013, so hurry to get your entries in!

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AND I’ve been given some great VIP coupons for “Soft Scrub® Lemon Cleanser. One lucky winner will be sent TWO coupons for a free bottle!

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  1. Mary Bearden says:

    I have white sinks in the kitchen and my husband is the sloppiest person ever! He will just rinse his spaghetti sauce, chili, etc and not bother rinsing the sink out!

  2. Jenn says:

    My toughest cleaning challenge is the surface of my stove/range! It seems like we can’t keep it cleaner for more than 1-2 days before it starts getting gunked up again.

  3. Annmarie Weeks says:

    My biggest cleaning challenge is usually the kids’ bathrooms! And also around my stovetop!

  4. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I use Soft Scrub on my stove top spills–I’m a messy cook.

  5. Jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    The tiloet

  6. JEFF TAYLOR says:

    My shower is the most difficult cleaning job

  7. Patti Wilder says:

    The kitchen sinks

  8. Danielle Murgia says:

    My toughest cleaning challenge is keeping the kitchen floor clean.

  9. Jackie says:

    Cleaning the bathtub and shower walls is tough

  10. Donna Cheatle says:

    Mine is the bathtub. The darn thing just won’t stay clean!!

  11. Lesley F says:

    My boys bathroom is a tough one

  12. Helga says:

    animal poop!

  13. Margie says:

    The bathroom is my hardest cleaning chore.

  14. Cori says:

    I think tub cleaning or oven cleaning is the most challenging.

  15. steve weber says:

    soapscum stains around the tub.

  16. Jenna Wood says:

    Scrubbing soft scrub in the tub!

    askandilltell86 at

  17. nichol tone says:

    My bathrrom is my toughest job

  18. Claudia says:

    Cleaning the bathroom.

  19. Bo says:

    We live close to the beach and there is a fair amount of humidity. Thus I’m always battling mildew in the bathroom!

  20. sandra davis says:

    my bathtub and bathroom sink are my toughest

  21. Fawn H says:

    We have hard water so my toughest challenge is my shower doors, faucets, tubs, sinks etc.

  22. Patti Hess says:


    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  23. Wild Orchid says:

    Cleaning our jetted tub is my biggest challenge.

    Entered the rafflecopter form as “Wild Orchid”
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 @ gmail dot com

  24. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    My toughest problem is getting grease off of my kitchen products and walls. Also my bathtub.

  25. Jessica To says:

    I have trouble getting the grass and dirt stains out of my son’s pants knees.

  26. Allison Downes says:

    Bathtub and cleaning my oven/stove

    thanks for the chance to win!

  27. Heather! says:

    The soap scum and hard water stains in our shower and bathtub vex me.

    h4schaffer at gmail dot com