How to Remove Hardened Soap Scum From Glass


When cleaning your bathroom, don't forget the shower doors. Soap scum has a tendency to build up on glass shower doors, leaving them dull and unsightly. Glass shower doors can give your bathroom an elegant appearance when they're clean, so be sure to include them in your weekly housekeeping schedule. You can remove hardened soap scum easily with basic household items. Avoid using harsh chemicals by making an all-natural glass-cleaning solution.

Things You'll Need

  • Bowl
  • Baking soda
  • Soft cloths
  • White vinegar
  • Spray bottle
  • Fill half of a small bowl with baking soda and add water until the mixture forms a thick paste.

  • Apply the paste to the soap scum stains on the glass shower door. Work the paste into the soap scum using a damp, soft cloth. Rub the cloth over the glass in a gentle, circular motion to break up the soap and hard water deposits.

  • Rinse the baking soda paste off the door with warm water.

  • Make a solution of 1 cup white vinegar and 2 cups water. Pour the vinegar solution into a spray bottle and spray it onto the glass shower door.

  • Dry the shower door using a clean, soft cloth or a paper towel for a streak-free shine.

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