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Soap Scum and Tooth Paste Spatter

Soap Scum

Soap Scum

I first tried this on the wall to the right of this photograph and was amazed with the results so I decided to show just exactly how versatile GreaseMaster is. These are a soap/washcloth holder in my shower (soap scum)...

Tooth Paste Spatter

Tooth Paste Spatter

...And the faucet in my bathroom (tooth paste spatter) respectively. Yeah, they're pretty ugly looking but that makes for a perfect test.

Bright and Shiny Soap Holder

Bright and Shiny Soap Holder

On the wall to the right, I had simply used a paper towel and even with the slight texture on the wall, it came off very easily. Due to the depth of the soap scum build up on the holder, I needed both a brush and a few applications of GreaseMaster (not because it wasn't able to do it with one application, but because I couldn't see whether or not I had removed the soap scum during the initial and subsequent applications).

Bright and Shiny Faucet

Bright and Shiny Faucet

On the faucet, one application was enough to remove the tooth paste with a paper towel and I just sprayed one light mist on to shine it up nicely before I rinsed it off with a damp rag. There used to be some severe yellowing in the plastic of the faucet knob and GreaseMaster managed to remove that in a previous application some time before this test was performed. In all cases (the wall, holder, and faucet) I used GreaseMaster at 400:1 in a spray bottle to apply it. As you can see, the results were great. It's been very useful for any place I've needed a potent cleaner, I haven't wanted to damage a soft substrate, inhale toxic fumes or touch a harmful cleaner. So, basically anywhere where I need an FOG (Fat Oil Grease) or multipurpose cleaner that I don't need to evaporate on its own without leaving a residue. Click image to enlarge.