How do I get rid of soap scum?

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It is possible to get rid of soap scum without a lot of scrubbing. You can spray vinegar on the soap scum and let it sit for a couple of minutes. It should wipe off fairly easily.
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1. Fill a clean spray bottle with distilled white vinegar. Do not dilute the vinegar with water. 2. Spray the vinegar onto soap scum spots in the bathroom. Let it sit for five minutes
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it's probably not scum but hard water deposits, that's what i have on mine and it wont
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Vinegar, baking soda, and even Avon products are helpful for the removal of
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Thank you for your question Pat, The best "tool" I have found to battle this stuff is called a "Doodle Bug" and you can purchase a Doodle Bug Kit at your local
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How to Get Rid of Soap Scum on Glass
Soap scum buildup accumulates regularly in your shower and sink areas, and when the buildup settles on glass, you're left with a thick layer of discolored residue that is extremely noticeable. When cleaning your glass surface, use a mild cleansing... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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