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How do you remove hard water stains from glass?  It’s easier than you think, and you don’t even have to become a chemist to get it clean. 

The minerals in tap water are deposited onto your shower doors, walls, and everywhere else when you take a shower or bath. These minerals then attract all the different kinds of soap you use in the bathroom and form soap scum. Between the mineral deposits and the soap scum, your shower can become a pretty cloudy place to be. 

But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. And you don’t even have to become a chemist and concoct a bunch of food ingredients you hope will take care of the scum without damaging your shower. 

We have the perfect soap scum/hard water/scale remover that takes off even the toughest hard water stains. 

No need for a bunch of fancy equipment. You just need a scrubbing sponge and Scum Bum

Here are the steps to remove hard water stains from glass: 
  1. Spray the area (or use a flip-top cap and squirt the area) with Scum Bum. 
  2. Let it sit for a few minutes (for an extra tough job, let is sit for 15-20 minutes) 
  3. Scrub the area with a walnut pad or a white pad. Go in circles from top to bottom, left to right, until all areas have been scrubbed. 
  4. Use the Speed Cleaning Rule No. 5 to “see through the dirt,” meaning: don’t rinse until you can feel the sponge slide across the glass without any tension from the soap scum. 
  5. Rinse. 
  6. To prevent further buildup, grab your squeegee and move the water down the glass, onto the shower floor, and down the drain. 


If you have never tried Scum Bum, you’ll be glad when you do. 

See what others have to say about Scum Bum: 

 “Worked wonders on hard water stains in our bathroom.” 
 “We have very hard water here in San Antonio. I have found that Scum Bum works like nothing else to remove hard water deposits! I love this product.”

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