Using Common Household Products To Remove Soap Scum From Shower Doors

Cleaning soap scum or hard water stains can be difficult to remove from shower doors, faucets and walls. The task can be made easier by using some common household products. Your shower doors will be clean and sparkly in no time.
To remove soap scum from showers, you can try using a fabric soften/dryer sheet. To get rid of the scum on your shower doors you simply scrub the marks with the dryer sheet.
If you have hard water stains and soap scum stains on your shower doors you can try using oven cleaner. Spray the oven cleaner on the stains that are on the walls and shower doors. Leave it for 10 minutes so that it can attack the stains. Then you need to wipe the stains on the shower doors clean with a cloth and hot water. Do not spray the oven cleaner onto metal surfaces. Also you need to wear gloves when using the oven cleaner, as the chemicals can be harmful to the skin. Also make sure that the windows are open because oven cleaner fumes or dishwasher cleaner fumes can be harmful if they are inhaled.
You can also trying salt and vinegar. Mix a ¾ cup of salt with vinegar so that it is equal to 1 cup. Use a sponge and apply the mixture to the hard water deposits and scrub the shower doors and walls. Then you must just rinse with warm water.
Furniture spray works well when you spray it on the shower doors so that you can remove the soap scum. It also helps to prevent future build-ups.
White vinegar in a spray bottle applied onto the shower doors and walls and wiped clean can also help to remove the stains.
Other suggestions to remove soap stains and scum are mouthwash, baby oil, liquid fabric softener and lemon juice.
Applying a liquid car wax to your shower doors and walls can prevent hard water deposits and soap scum to build up again.
Give these an attempt the next time you are struggling to clean your shower doors and walls.

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