I have vivid memories of my two sisters and me dividing up the household chores when we were kids. We would list all nine rooms in the house on individual pieces of paper and put them into a bucket. Next, we took turns pulling the names of the rooms that we would be responsible for cleaning that week, three in all.
My fingers would be crossed and I’d be praying hard that at least one of the papers that I drew would reveal something simple such as “living room” which only required some light dusting and vacuuming on my part.
My worst fear would be that my papers would reveal a bathroom or, even worse, a bath and a half (which was the total number of bathrooms in our house back in the day) In my twelve year old mind, having to clean a bathroom was like a prison sentence. It was never good and I knew that I was going to be there for a long, long time.
Fast forward forty years later, I still clean my house but I don’t get the privilege of dividing up the rooms with my siblings. On occasion, when my kids are home from college, I can recruit them for help but for the most part, it’s just me, myself and I in a house with three and a half baths! My prison sentence turned out to be a life sentence without the possibility of parole!
Hands down, rinsing the shower walls after a good scrubbing was far and away my least favorite, most time consuming chore. It was wet, it was messy, and I was breathing in some really nasty toxic substances for what seemed hours at a time. In my mind, shower rinsing would be akin to a day of hard labor in a prison yard.
My hard labor would involve filling a bucket with water over and over and over again until the shower walls were fully rinsed. I found bucket rinsing to be tedious, slow and annoying!
In a selfish effort to help myself, I was determined to find a better way to rinse my shower walls and get back some well deserved down-time. The key was that I needed something that didn’t need to be installed in each shower, would fit any of my shower heads and could easily move from shower to shower. Most importantly, it had to be a time saver.
The answer to my problems was not an easy one. It took years to research and develop but in the end, was well worth my time and energy. I invented a product called the RINSEROO which is patent pending and my hope is that it will change the way people everywhere rinse their showers. Today, I won’t rinse my shower walls without a RINSEROO. I rinse my tub with it, rinse my dog with it and even rinse my household plants with it. My message to you is that life is too short to rinse with a bucket. Add a RINSEROO to your shower cleaning caddy! Pass go, get out of prison early and start enjoying every moment.