Borax is a natural soap scum remover. Make a thin Borax paste and give it plenty of time to soak so it dissolves the crusty soap scum layer. More »

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One good way to remove soap scum is to clean it with a solution made of borax, detergent and water. Create the mixture, place it on the problem area, let it sit, then rinse it off. You need a soft-bristle brush, a bowl, ... More »

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Soap scum is a white solid film that forms on surfaces in bathrooms when the chemicals in soap interact with hard water, body oils and mildew. Other components of soap scum can include human hair, dead skill cells and du... More »

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Muriatic acid cleans soap scum and hard water deposits on grout and tile. To use muriatic acid as a cleaner, dilute the acid with five parts water for one part acid. Apply the mixture in small circles over the tile with ... More »

To clean a marble shower, wipe it with a wet chamois cloth, apply soap scum remover, treat stubborn stains with steel wool, apply mold killer, and dry the marble. This 45-minute process requires distilled water, two cham... More »

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Natural cleaners for brass include ketchup, soap or detergent, water, lemon juice, and a combination of vinegar, salt and flour. If the brass is lacquered (coated with a protective glossy finish), it can be easily cleane... More »

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Some common uses for ammonia as a cleaning product include cleaning an electric oven, removing bathtub soap scum, cleaning bathroom tiles and cleaning crystal. Ammonia can also help keep moths out of the home. More »

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