Shower screens are magnets to scrum and grime...Soap scum is the result of calcium and magnesium particles in water combining with the oils and other ingredients in soap. The harder your water is, the more likely soap scum will occur.Not sure if you have hard water? If you have soap scum, you probably do have it, since soft water contains salts that prevent buildup.Unfortunately, most cleaning products don’t completely remove soap scum from glass doors, tubs and showers. Over time, that can lead to tough stains that make bathing an unpleasant experience. Every time you use soap and water, a new layer of soap scum forms over the existing one. These layers trap skin flakes and other organic substances, producing microbial biofilm that includes harmful bacteria.

Scrum + Grime remover powers through the grime without scrubbing.


  • Heavily spray the shower door or surface that you want to clean. The solution will cling to the surface. Let the spray work its magic for 30-45 minutes and then wiped it down with a wet sponge to loosen the dry areas. Rinsed everything off with water reveal the clean, shiny surface underneath.

    A NOTE: Sodium Bicarbonate is one of the ingredients, should the solution start to get thick, do not add water, add top up solution so to keep the Scum + Grime solution active.

  • White Vinegar, Sodium Bicarbonate