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FRUGAL TIP: The BEST Soap Scum Remover!

By Catherine Mcdiarmid-Watt @frugalfreebies
Image: Cleaning Time, by S.V. klimkin  on Pixabay
The BEST soap scum remover!!
Make a vinegar gel by thickening vinegar with cornstarch.
The vinegar CLINGS to whatever you spray it on... giving it more time to work.
A little detergent will help to cut grease.
Heat one cup of vinegar and one tablespoon of corn starch in the microwave for 2 minutes.  
(Watch it because it can overflow if your container is not big enough.)

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Scotch-Brite Soap Scum Eraser

Add 2 tablespoons of liquid dish detergent (Dawn works great, but any dish detergent will do) and put it in a spray bottle.
Spray on your bathroom sink, shower or bathtub.
Let it sit for about an hour. (Or overnight if the soap scum is really bad.)
Wipe. Rinse. You're done!
Read more: The BEST Soap Scum Remover {DIY Picture Tutorial}
Check Amazon for Cornstarch, Vinegar, and Dish Detergent to make your own.

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