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  • "SCRUBBING BUBBLES" AUTOMATIC SHOWER CLEANER
  • Sprays 8 feet and spins 360 degrees for 12 seconds
  • Cleaner is a patented stabilized hypochloride formula
  • Cleaner mixes with water left from shower to effectively clean soap scum, mold and mildew
  • Safe on all bath products, shampoo, soap and sponges
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Automatic Shower Cleaner Cleans your shower at the touch of a button! Cleans soap scum, removes m

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  • Shipping Weight: 6.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001GKVMUA
  • UPC: 025700133384
  • Item model number: 13338
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,285 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Each time it lasted 1 to 2 months and died.
George
From the way the operators took my info each time, it sounded like they were used to dealing with this problem.
DJ MichaelAngelo
When the unit stopped working, replaced the batteries, it made the beeping sound and then nothing.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By movie lover on September 3, 2009
We purchased two of these over a year ago and have one in a shower and the other in a bath/shower stall. Both work well for awhile and then when the batteries still have half of their life left, the unit will quit working and you must replace the batteries. I've tested the batteries that I take out and they still show as good, but do not have enough juice left to make this work. There is no warning of low battery power, it just won't turn. It might beep, then nothing happens.

The refills are also way to expensive. About $4 each. We've taken to refilling the bottles with a product called Mist and Go that costs a dollar, from the dollar store, for a spray bottle that almost completely refills the bottles used for this. The caps don't come off easily to refill the bottles either, but with a little force they do eventually come off and can be resealed.

Have decided not to use this product any longer. Tired of paying for new batteries monthly and refill bottles if we don't have the Mist and Go on hand. So we will go back to hand spraying the shower and tub with the Mist and Go following each use.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on September 23, 2010
This is a great idea, and in some ways it is a great product. It really does keep the shower clean, bright, fresh, and (I assume) sanitary, and it's easy to set up and use. The problem is that it turns out to be a disposable product. I use it about every three days, and I've just bought my third one in six years. So if you use it every day, don't expect it to last more than one year, which happens to be the warranty period. They just haven't figured out how to keep the cleaning fluid from getting inside and corroding the electronics.

I notice on this latest version (each one I've gotten has been slightly different from the last) they've put something that looks like Vaseline on the battery contacts, and they've included a little sheet warning you not to let liquids get into the battery compartment. That's the least of your worries. Even when the batteries stay dry as a bone, the cleaning fluid leaks eventually inside the appliance, where the motor, pump, valves, and control circuits are, and you can't even get into that part without special tools. Regardless of how careful you are with the batteries, there's no way to keep the fluid from eating out the guts of the appliance eventually.

When my first one failed after three years, I took it apart to find out why, and I was amazed that the thing had lasted as long as it had. Everything inside was wet; all the metal parts were corroded and disintegrating. So for the second one, I decided to take the appliance off the shower arm after every shower and store it upside down, so at least the fluid wouldn't be sitting on top of the valve between uses. I also removed the batteries and made sure the battery compartment was completely dry after every shower.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Davido on November 29, 2009
I'm not sure what it is, but there is some sort of design flaw in this thing. It really does seem to clean, but the automatic dispenser doesn't last very long. It eats through batteries every week or so. I've tried every combination possible: new batteries, different brand of battery, returned/replaced the unit several times, with always the same disappointing result.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By NativeTexan on December 15, 2011
And, like others, got tired of replacing them. However, when the last one quit, and I still had three bottles of the cleaner, I found another solution. I bought a re-useable spray bottle, poured the cleaner into it and, when I finish a shower, I stand OUTSIDE the shower door, and spray the walls, floor, and then the door itself. Have to stand outside, as the fumes are sort of fierce. However, the results are just as good. So, I will now continue to buy the replacement bottles of cleaner, only use the hand sprayer to spray the stall after taking my shower.

Works for me...if you try this, just be careful of the fumes!

David
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By DJ MichaelAngelo on April 20, 2011
I was one of the first people to purchase these, back when they were doing product testing and you could only get them through mail order. I think I paid around $30 or $40 for the starter kit with 2 bottles included. I loved it and started to see them in stores everywhere. My original Automatic Shower Cleaner lasted a few years and worked well. However, it finally broke and that's when the problems began. Over the last several months, I've gone through 3 of these things, and they keep crapping out on me. I've gone over the instructions like a diligent customer, trying to troubleshoot what might be wrong, changing the batteries, letting it air-dry for several days, etc, etc. I even sealed the door to the battery compartment shut with duct tape so I would be guaranteed no water would seep in. Three different units, one right after the other, kept on breaking. I would call the toll-free # for SC Johnson, complain about the issue, and get sent a free coupon for a replacement Automatic Shower Cleaner. From the way the operators took my info each time, it sounded like they were used to dealing with this problem. The simple fact is, these no longer work the way they used to, the manufacturer has gotten cheap, redesigning the system to break more often with cheap plastic parts that are made in China. I'm done buying these ripoff products, and urge everyone to just do it the old fashioned way (with a spray bottle). If you insist on buying one of these, for goodness sakes don't do it online -- do it at your local store, and SAVE the receipt and box, because it will most assuredly need to be taken back to the store soon after buying. Shame on SC Johnson for cutting corners and making inferior products that never work!
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