How to clean soap scum on shower door?

  11 answers
  • I've had the best luck with magic erasers and then coming back in with a glass cleaner.

  • Dfm Dfm on Oct 01, 2018

    amazing scrum buster- its a myo shower cleaner. works really well. my mom has my book of clean- you will have to google it.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Oct 02, 2018

    There is a no scrub product "wet and forget shower" (sold at Lowe's - watch the video on qvc) that you spray after your shower and leave. It is recommended once a week. You can't use if you have a marble tub but other than that it's fine. I used it twice a week for the first 3 weeks, after that just weekly and my shower and doors look brand new.

    If it's built up badly you can cut a grapefruit in half and scrub with coarse sea salt or kosher salt. It will cut through the scum.

    Use a squeegee or supercloth (link below) to get it streak free.

  • Chas' Crazy Creations Chas' Crazy Creations on Oct 02, 2018

    I use straight vinegar and a scrub pad and that works for me. My friend swears by magic erasers.

  • Christina Christina on Oct 02, 2018

    I use baking soda also on tub . works like a charm .

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Oct 02, 2018

    I also recently saw someone using fingernail polish remover and a sponge.

  • Maria Maria on Oct 02, 2018

    Bleach, Water, Dawn Dish Soap in spray bottle. Equal parts bleach & water. Two good squirts of Dawn. Spray, let stand 5 minutes, scrub, rinse.

  • Retta Parks Retta Parks on Oct 02, 2018

    cheap product called Clean Shower is available at Walmart and some grocery stores. I have marble and use this after showering. Marble and glass doors stay clean!!

  • Retta Parks Retta Parks on Oct 02, 2018

    Clean Shower does NOT require any scrubbing or washing down. Once a week or when needed, might have to clean around where the walls meet the floor.

  • Pamela Pamela on Oct 02, 2018

    Hot water with some vinegar and a few drops of dawn dish soap. Also get a squeegee keep it in the shower and do the doors ( & walls) will keep soap scum & mold from building up.

  • Brigitte Haag Brigitte Haag on Oct 02, 2018

    Soapscum Remover available at Home Depot works good on my rentals, when I have to remove built up that can be a few years old.

    If its real thick I spray it on, let it sit a while then use very fine steel wool to massage this layer off tub and tile walls. If its just a few weeks old, spay, sponge, rinse