Soap Scum Removal

Soap scum accumulates over time from soap particles in water that is left over on the shower walls after showering.

Soap particles are trapped in the little droplets that stick to the walls after showering and when the droplets evaporate they leave small amounts of soap residue that eventually adds up to a thin or in some cases a thick film of soap scum.

Removal is fairly easy depending on the length of time left unattended, the type of water (hard or soft), the type of tile or stone and the size of the tile or stone used in the shower.

Prevention can be accomplished by drying shower areas after every shower or at least at the end of every day; keep in mind that this will only slow down buildup not eliminate it but removal will Bring the Beauty Back to Your Tile & Grout.