Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1 Spray, Lemon, dissolves soap scum, cleans and kills 99% of germs, while leaving behind a fresh lemon scent. This bleach free, bathroom spray cleaner kills Staphylococcus aureus (Staph), Salmonella enterica (Salmonella), and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Pseudomonas). It is also nonabrasive and safe for use on most bathroom surfaces, including bathtubs, shower doors, glazed ceramic tile, toilet exteriors and various fixtures. And with its Smart Tube™ technology you are guaranteed to spray every drop. Spray your way to a sparkling clean bathroom with Tilex.
To Clean and Deodorize: Rotate nozzle to ON. Spray 15-20 cm (6-8 inches) from the surface, and allow product to penetrate dirt and soap scum. Wipe with a wet sponge or cloth, and rinse with water. No scrubbing is required. For tougher jobs, spray and let product stand on surface for several minutes before wiping. For best results, use regularly to prevent soap scum build-up.
To Disinfect: Thoroughly clean the surface to be disinfected by following the above directions (remove excess dirt first in heavily soiled areas); reapply, spraying entire surface until completely wet. Let stand 10 minutes before wiping.
Use on the following hard, non-porous bathroom surfaces: glazed ceramic tile, shower doors, toilet exteriors, plastic, chrome, fiberglass, glazed porcelain and synthetic marble. Do not use on natural marble, brass or varnished wood. Spot test all other surfaces in an inconspicuous area.
To spray every drop: Tilt bottle at a downward angle while spraying.
Soap scum is more than just built-up soap residue; it's created when water combines with soap, body oils, hair conditioners, shampoos and dirt to make that film that clings stubbornly to your shower, tub and sink surfaces
There are quite a few different kinds of soap scum, ranging from filmy buildup to ring around the tub. Soap scum takes on a variety of different looks: a slimy gray/ brown ring around the tub; white chalky film on tiles and shower doors; and various other grimy soils in your shower, tub and sink.
Tilex® Mold & Mildew Remover contains bleach (sodium hypochlorite), which is particularly effective at killing common household mold and mildew. Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1, however, is specially formulated to remove soap scum buildup on bathroom surfaces. Do not mix the products.
Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1 is non-abrasive, so unlike harsh cleansers it is safe for use on most bathroom surfaces including glass shower doors, glazed ceramic tile, plastic, chrome, fiberglass, glazed porcelain and synthetic marble. Do not use Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1 on natural marble, brass or varnished wood. Use Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1 as directed. Use on any other surfaces is not recommended.
No. Dangerous fumes form when mixed with other products. Do not use or mix with products containing bleach. To do so will release hazardous gases.
Yes. Use Tilex® Soap Scum Remover & Disinfectant1 as recommended and it shouldn't pose any hazards to your household pets. Follow label precautionary instructions and as with many household cleaners, keep out of the reach of children and pets.
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CAUTION: IRRITANT. MAY IRRITATE EYES. DANGEROUS FUMES FORM WHEN MIXED WITH OTHER PRODUCTS. Do not use or mix with products containing bleach. To do so will release hazardous gases. Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Do not breathe fumes.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
FIRST AID TREATMENT: Contains diethylene glycol mono-butyl ether, tetrapotassium EDTA, and quaternary ammonium chlorides. If swallowed, call a Poison Control Centre or doctor immediately. Do not induce vomiting. If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call a doctor.