1. Jackie says

    This stuff really works! I discovered it a few months ago and it worked so well on our hard water spots. We have all glass showers, which until this cleaner were a pain to keep clean. I’ve been telling everyone I know about it (yep, awkwardly asking all my friends if they have soap scum problems 😂). Now I can send them to your post. Thanks for the reminder to do this in my showers again soon!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      “So… do you have soap scum issues?”
      “HOW DID YOU KNOW!?”

      🙂 🙂

      I keep most of my shower cleaning supplies right in the shower now. Helps me remember to not let it get too far. 🙂

  2. Becky says

    I use a version of this (I add water) to mop my laminate floor. I use vinegar and baking soda to clean the soap scum from my bathtub.

      • Becky says

        Kalyn, I mix 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar. 1 squirt of liquid dish detergent. put it all in a spray bottle and you’re good to go! Spray it on your floor but not to saturate, and use a microfiber mop. I usually do 3-4 foot sections at a time. It keeps my floors looking brand new

  3. Mary @ Coffee and Moxie says

    I am so excited to try this! We have shower doors and they are so difficult to clean that I have to spend a ridiculous amount of time on them. I so hopeful this is the solution I’m looking for! Thanks!

  4. Shannon says

    This is fantastic! It works fast, and is such an easy cleanup to boot. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Linda Anderson says

    Yeah, smell is pretty strong at first and my kids really hate the smell. But I agree with you, vinegar smell dissipates quickly. This is a useful cleaning item. Can you suggest something homemade like this for cleaning my bathtub? It’s ceramic made.
    I tried several cleaners from different local shops. The result is not satisfactory, let alone the higher price 🙁

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      I use this cleaner in my tub but just be careful, it can make the tub really slippery.

  6. Kathy says

    I’m looking for something to get the soap scrum off my tub mat. Do you think this will work.

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      It should! You may need a soft brush to get the soap scum out of any spots that a cloth may miss but the cleaner should work really well.

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      Hi Hannah! This should be fixed. I’m having Joseph reach out to you with the schedule as well just in case you haven’t received it yet.

  7. Shirley Harrison says

    I read that vinegar should it be used on this the case? I will sure try itbo. The shower door though!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      Hi Shirley,

      We use it on the door all the time, just give it a quick rinse after. I’m not sure about vinegar on grout – we used this on our old tile bathroom and never saw a problem though!

  8. Pamela McArdle says

    Has anyone tried this cleaner on that orangey hard water staining? I need something super strong to get through that stuff. Thx!

    • Theresa Rasmussen says

      Pamela, i used it at my son’s house. His tub/shower surround was orange. I sprayed and let it set for about an hour. It did take a little bit of scrubbing, but I was really impressed it worked that well!

    • Kalyn Brooke says

      We’ve never had that problem! We have glass shower doors and we clean it with this and then quickly rinse it after.

  9. Jane says

    The only thing that seems to remove soap scum in my bathroom is the flash bathroom cleaner, however I can’t stand the smell. I can’t wait to try this version!

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