Removing soap 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.
Traditional soap scum removers are too erosive for natural stone.
So how do you get rid of it?
Eliminate soap scum from stone tile
That chalky white film results from hard water chemically reacting with traditional soap. It’s notoriously difficult to remove.
On fiberglass you might resort to harsh cleaning products, but those can chew through your stone sealer, etch your stone, and leave your shower vulnerable to mold and mildew.
You need a stone cleaner that is strong enough to remove scum, but gentle enough for natural stone.
Our Supreme Surface Scum & Mineral Deposit Remover is designed specifically for cleaning tough dirt off natural stone. It is safe to use on any surface (marble, travertine, limestone, glass, copper, stainless steel, etc.) and is all natural, so it’s healthier for you and the environment.
It’s simple to use, too. Just spray your stone shower liberally with Supreme Surface Scum & Mineral Deposit Remover. Allow the cleaner to sit for several minutes then wipe clean--using a brush or nylon cleaning pad to dislodge heavy residue. Re-apply as needed for particularly stubborn scum deposits.
Preventing soap scum
Once you’ve gotten rid of the soap scum in your stone shower, you’ll want to keep it from coming back. Help your stone stay clean and vibrant by taking just a few minutes each day to:
- wipe down your shower after every use, that way minerals won’t have a chance to harden on your tiles.
- clean your shower with Supreme Surface Shower Cleaner & Conditioner. It has ioSeal Protectants that clean, polish and protect your stone from soap scum buildup.
Finally, try liquid shower gel instead of bar soap, it’s less reactive with hard water and won’t cause soap scum in the first place.