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Soap scum is the informal name for the chemical reaction that produces “lime soap.” Soap scum is produced when the fatty acids in conventional soap interact with the minerals in hard water. This chemical reaction is used in the polymer industry, but is a nuisance in the household because the soap scum sticks to hair, the bath tub, shower glass and tile. It cannot be removed with conventional soaps because it requires an extremely large amount of water to produce a lather and clean. Bleach cleaners that work well on bath tubs and ceramic fixtures can weaken the tile grout. Fortunately, there are a number of household products that work well to remove and prevent soap scum from sticking to tile. This article will tell you how to remove soap scum from tile.
Pour 1/2 cup (103 g) of baking soda into an empty spray bottle that can hold at least 7 cups (1.7 l) of liquid.
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