Cleaning the bathroom is a necessary but tedious job, and Kaboom looks like it might make it a little easier.. Consumers are always in search of the perfect cleaning products that are effective in removing dirt, stains, and germs in the bathroom. Could Kaboom be the answer to all of life’s bathroom-related problems?
The Kaboom brand of toilet cleaner carries a wide range of cleaning products that you can use in the bathroom. It particularly promotes the Scrub Free system which can be installed inside the toilet bowl to reduce the amount of time and energy spent in cleaning it. But aside from this, cleaners for the shower, tubs, and tiles are also available.
Kaboom is proud to present its “Never Scrub System” which is installed inside the toilet bowl workings. It claims to clean the toilet and get rid of rusts, stains, dirt and germs even without having to scrub with a brush. All you need to do is flush the toilet and the system installed in the toilet bowl’s tank will do the cleaning for you. The whole thing can work up to 3 months, after which you will need to get a refill pack.
Needless to say, consumers are very much interested in a no scrubbing system for the bathroom. Eager customers purchased the products immediately to test the results and to find out if the Kaboom bathroom cleaner really makes the job of cleaning toilets easier. While some people were satisfied with the product, there were also those who were greatly dismayed. Some of the Kaboom bathroom cleaners also proved to be more effective than the other products being offered by the company.
The Never Scrub System being offered by Kaboom is priced at around $20. This needs to be installed in the toilet once, and then refilled as needed. This replaceable cleanser can be refilled when fully used up, which creates an ongoing cost of using the product.
According to Kaboom, it lasts up to about 3 months and the refill costs around $5 so it’s only a little more than a dollar a month to keep it going. The Kaboom shower, tile, and tub cleansers on the other hand are priced at about $5 to $10 per pack. Compared to other similar products being sold on the market, the Kaboom line of products seems to cost more.
According to Kaboom, you don’t need to do any heavy scrubbing or cleaning to make your bathroom germ-free and sparkling clean. Simply apply the product on the bathroom walls and floors and all the dirt, discoloration and germs can be easily wiped off even without using a brush. The same holds true for the toilet bowl, as long as you have the Never Scrub System installed, you will never have to scrub your toilet bowl ever again (even under the rim).
The Kaboom bathroom cleaner offers an unrealistic No Scrub Cleaning System. While the concept is good, the product miserably fails in delivering its promise. However, the other products (tile and shower cleaner) are not as bad, as these can perform like other regular bathroom cleaners in application and efficiency.
Does Kaboom Really Work?
Technically, the Kaboom line of bathroom and toilet cleaners works in some way. Judging by the smell of the chemicals and fumes that can be sensed during its application, we can conclude that the products contain some active ingredients of toilet cleaners to keep the bathroom clean and germ-free.
However, as far as not scrubbing the toilets with a toilet brush, the product can’t seem to keep its promise of keeping the toilet clean and stain-free. So in reality, the Kaboom toilet cleaner only partially works.
We are not recommending the Kaboom bathroom cleaners, especially the Never Scrub Cleaning System. It doesn’t work as advertised and it will only get your hopes up and then fail you. Moreover, it also costs more than the other leading products on the market. And that makes this product impractical and not cost-efficient at all.
The best way to clean the bathroom is with a thorough scrubbing. Unfortunately, we may need to stick with this old fashioned way of cleaning the bathroom and the toilets until a real scrub-free product is invented. But don’t expect the Kaboom to clean your toilets for you, as a majority of households have already tried it and everyone agrees that it is indeed ineffective.