DIY Soap Scum Blaster


Blast away soap scum in your bathtub, shower walls/stalls and sink using this easy, inexpensive 'recipe'.
Ingredients: 4 ounces of hot vinegar {heat vinegar separately in the microwave for approximately 90 seconds} ~ 4 ounces of blue liquid dish washing detergent. See how to make it here:
Only 2 ingredients needed.
Only 2 ingredients needed.
Smooth Shiny Tile ~ the 'after' picture
Smooth Shiny Tile ~ the 'after' picture
Mary Beth

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  • Debbie
    on Jan 11, 2016

    Besides bleach, what can I use to clean mold off the shower grout at the bottom of the tile? Thanks!

    • Taylor Clarise
      on Jan 27, 2016

      @Debbie Me too I have this particular question, there someone have an answer?

    • Tina
      on Oct 8, 2016

      i've heard hydrogen peroxide works but need to also use a mr clean white sponge i forget what they're called...

    • Jart57
      on Oct 14, 2016

      Does this work on fiberglass?

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  • Angel Heart
    on May 27, 2014

    love you for all tips !

  • Stephanie
    on Feb 20, 2015

    Minerals in hard water form with the fatty acids in soaps/shampoos to form soap scum, which is technically a salt. Vinegar is acidic and will clean it off very effectively, as will boric acid. It's all about the pH. Aside from being unsightly, soap scum can harbor pathogenic bacteria.

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