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How to remove soap scum from shower walls and doors

February 3, 2010 | Filed under Cleaning routines

If you have a build up of soap scum on the walls and doors of your shower, it may take a bit of  “elbow grease” along with a good household cleaner to get it off.  Once it is clean though you can keep it clear with a regular wipe down with baking soda and vinegar cleaner (BSV).

I cleaned the built up soap scum from my glass shower wall with the BSV cleaner.  It took  a good scrub and about 20 minutes.  I kept spraying more BSV until the glass was clear.

Now I admire the glass every time I walk into the bathroom.  But I know I need to give it a once over every week to keep it looking like that.  Better that though than having to take so long and work so hard again.

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