Removing Soap Scum from Glass?

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Hardened soap scum on glass can be one of the most frustrating, difficult to remove forms of household dirt. However, it can be easily scrubbed off with baking soda and water, and a paper towel or cloth.
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To remove soap scum, make a mixture of baking soda and water. The mixture needs to be like a paste. Put it all over the area that needs cleaned, wipe down with warm water.
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Soap scum is calcium stearate and magnesium stearate. Try using BioWorx.us "green" soap scum cleaner. They have discovered how to remove soap scum with a corn based surfactant
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