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laundry dryer sheets help out more than just laundry!
use a damp laundry dryer sheet ( I've found that the cheap ones work just as good as the other) to wipe the soap scum right off of shower doors it has a clean fresh smell to them and works wonders on taken off the soap scum!
I have found using Dawn dish washing soap on the plastic shower curtain cleans the soap scum quickly. I just place the dish soap on a wet rag and rub it up and down on the liner, rinse and you're done. No smelly or harsh chemicals on your hands or in your lungs.
White vinegar: There are plenty of uses for this household mainstay: It cleans linoleum floors and glass (from windows to shower doors) when mixed with water and a little liquid soap (castile or vegetable); cuts grease, removes stains and soap scum, and cleans toilets -
add a bit of baking soda if you like. You can also use it as an antibacterial - pour undiluted down drains once a week, or add to water in a spray bottle to kill mold and mildew.
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