Chances are likely you still had to scrub the bathtub, sink, toilet or shower afterwards.
In order for Scrub Free to do what it claims in the TV commercials you have to spray a LOT of it on the surfaces you are trying to clean. And then wait 3 minutes to see if it worked or not.
And sometimes you may need to go back and spray it twice, and even then have to scrub the specific surface you are trying to get clean.
That being said it is still better than some older products on the market because this product does still reduce the amount of time spent scrubbing.
See my new post on this topic at Scrubbing Bubbles Vs Scrub Free.
However there are also lots of similar products now on the shelves too, including:
Clorox Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner
As to which of the three products is BEST, I haven't had a chance yet to try out the other two. But seeing as my current bottle of Scrub Free is almost empty I shall try to remember to buy 1 of the others and test it out.