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How To Clean Soap Scum

How To Clean Soap Scum

How To Clean Soap Scum

Using vinegar to clean soap scum:

Pour some vinegar into a spray bottle or soak a sponge in vinegar, if you don't have one. Spray directly onto the soap scum and allow the vinegar to sit on the scum for a few minutes. Wipe the area clean.

You can also use this method for your glass shower doors.

One advantage of using vinegar is that you aren't reaching for those cancer causes chemical cleaners.

Vinegar also takes away any bad odors that may be lurking around.

Hard water stains will be removed as well as the soap scum!

Vinegar will not scratch your tubs or sinks like other abrasive cleaners can.

Vinegar won't leave streaks on your shower doors.

You can even clean your carpets with vinegar!

Preventing Soap Scum

Now that you have some ideas on how to clean soap scum let's try preventing it.

The first tip to keeping your tub and sink soap scum clean is get it before it builds up, making it harder to get rid of. Once clean, keep it clean.

Right after you have had a shower or bath make sure there is no soap residue lurking around. I take my shower hose and spray all around the tub when I am done. This definitely cuts down on soap scum cleaning.