Cleaning soap scum from stone Tile

March 29, 2016
Soap scum and hard water spots

how exactly to eliminate detergent scum from stone showers

Is there anything scuzzier than trying to bathe in a shower that isn’t clean? Yet the very soap you wash with can leave residue all over your stone shower.

Conventional soap scum removers are too erosive for all-natural rock.

How do you get rid of it?

Eliminate soap scum from rock tile

That chalky white film results from hard liquid chemically responding with standard soap. It’s infamously tough to remove.

On fiberglass you may resort to harsh cleaning items, but those can chew using your rock sealer, etch your stone, and then leave your bath vulnerable to fungus.

You may need a stone cleaner this is certainly powerful enough to pull scum, but mild enough for all-natural stone.

Our Supreme exterior Scum & Mineral Deposit Remover is designed specifically for cleansing hard soil off all-natural rock. Its safe to make use of on any area (marble, travertine, limestone, cup, copper, stainless steel, etc.) and is all natural, so that it’s healthy obtainable while the environment.

It’s user friendly, also. Simply spray your stone bath liberally with Supreme exterior Scum & Mineral Deposit Remover. Allow the cleaner to stay for several minutes after that wipe clean-using a brush or nylon cleansing pad to dislodge heavy residue. Re-apply as needed for especially persistent scum deposits.

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