Directions To Clean/Remove Soap Scum:

1. Spray directly onto soils.

2. Wipe clean with a dry paper towel or lint-free cloth or sponge. No scrubbing or rinsing is necessary.

3. Repeat for visibly soiled areas. For stubborn stains or visibly soiled areas or tougher jobs allow ArmiClenz® Disinfectant Spray to penetrate dirt and/or soap scum before wiping.


For best results, use regularly to prevent soap scum build up.

What is soap scum?

Soap scum is the result of mixing soap with hard water. Water hardness is judged by the mineral composition, with the higher hardness being classified as excess levels of magnesium and calcium.


Hard water causes a lot of issues, but the addition of soap creates a substance that we know as soap scum.


Soap scum is a white or gray filmy layer that covers the surfaces around our showers, bathtubs, and sinks. Soap scum can be found on shower curtains, bathroom fixtures, bathtubs, shower doors, tiling, and more.

Directions for Use to Disinfect:

Kill 99.9% of Viruses* & 99.999% of Bacteria, when used as directed.


1. Spray 6-8 inches from surface until thoroughly wet. Alternatively, directly apply with a dry paper towel, lint-free cloth, sponge, or mop.

2. Let Stand 60 seconds to Sanitize10 minutes to Disinfect.

3. Wipe with a clean cloth or paper towel or allow to air dry. (Optional)

4. No rinse required. (Optional potable water rinse for food contact, but not required.) 

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