How to Remove Soap Scum With Soap
Soap scum is inevitable but you don't need a special chemical just to get rid of it. All you need to get rid of soap scum is hot water, dish soap, and a scrubber.
Fill the tub with hot water and a squirt of soap until the water line is just above the soap scum line.
Let the water soak/sit for an hour or so.
Drain the water until an inch or two remains and add another squirt of dish soap.
Scrub away the soap scum and rinse.
For a stand up shower, clean it after showering as that will act as the "soaking period." The steam will loosen up the soap scum making it easier to remove. Use a bowl to hold the hot, soapy water.
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