So.... Uh..... Totally hypothetically, if someone's bathtub was covered in oil... let's call it veggie oil, and say the tile floor had some of the veggie oil on it too... How might someone go about cleaning that? You know, so neither were a slippery death trap...
Hypothetically... - Heather
Dish detergent of the grease-cutting variety? - Lisa L. Seifert from Android
I'd clean the floor first, then the bathtub, with something soapy, like what Lisa suggested. - John (bird whisperer)
Also, what the pants have you been up to? - Lisa L. Seifert from Android
Also, I'd wipe up the substance with paper towels as much as I could before trying the dish soap. - LB needs a break. from Android
Haha, thanks guys. I just tested out a sugar scrub with veggie oil and (as usual) did not think ahead. I had some water in the bottom of the tub to rinse my legs and the razor, but obviously that leads to a bit of a mess. I did the floor with a wet rag and Dawn, then wiped it twice. The bathtub is sitting with some Dawn on it. - Heather
Yep, got to this late, but dish detergent. If you use a lot of the LUSH bath bombs (with oils in them,) it's either clean the tub with dish soap, or fall later :/ - Jennifer Dittrich
My guess woulda been to soak some of it up with flour or cornstarch... - Andrew C (✔)
Kitty litter is good if you have a lot to soak up. Probably not in the tub, though. I had a spill of liquid soap one time, adding water wasn't a good idea. - m9m, Crone of FriendFeed
And here I was picturing marital fun n games with your beloved. Auntie is from the 70s, you know. ;-) - Mary B: #TeamMonique from iPhone
Is it flammable? - Amit Patel
Bicarb soda! - Melly
Dawn. - Louis Haygood
Just saw this old post. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is what I would try. - Berthe