How to Clean Soap Scum Using Soft Scrub

All of us have had to deal with soap scum at one point or another. Whether it’s our bathtubs, sinks or showers, soap scum can become a real hassle to clean if left unattended. Not only does soap scum look gross, it is gross! Soap scum is formed when minerals from the water mix with dirt, body oils, bacteria and even dead skin! It’s something that doesn’t seem like a big deal at first, but over time can become one of the most difficult things to clean in your bathroom. Here are two Soft Scrub products that are tough on stains and can bail you out when the going gets tough:

Soft Scrub Total Bath & Bowl Spray: Soap scum loves to show up in your sink and tub. Hard water mixed with bacteria and soap means you’re up for a challenge. Soft Scrub Total Bath & Bowl Spray kills 99.9% of germs*, making it the perfect tool to ensure these bacteria hot spots remain clean. When the cleaning gets tough, even for your expertise, switch the spray into thick foam to tackle the tough stains and most stubborn soap scum.
Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleanser: For a deep clean, use Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleanser to clean soap scum throughout your bathroom. This cleanser starts disinfecting and cleaning on contact, eliminating 99.9% of household germs**. This is perfect to use in places like your sink and countertops, where hard water deposits can build up. No matter where you use it, Soft Scrub with Bleach Cleanser is gentle on surfaces, so you’ll have a scratch-free shine in no time!

Bathrooms are little spaces that can require a large amount of time to tackle. Sometimes, even the most vigilant of cleaners wait until it’s too late to clean up. Don’t let soap scum be more of a hassle than it has to be. Get the clean you need with Soft Scrub – without taking hours out of your busy day!

*Kills Salmonella enterica and Staphylococcus aureus in 10 minutes at full strength and Influenza A Virus in 30 seconds.
**Leave product on surface for 3 minutes