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    Default Pressure Washing marble bathroom tile

    I have struggled getting soap and other white film off my shower tile. Can I use a pressure washer to remove it? If I can, I am assuming I should seal the tile afterwards.

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    I wouldn't suggest using a pressure washer in your bathroom. The reasons are endless. Just trust me on this one.
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    My wife owns a cleaning service. Mr. Clean Magic Eraser should solve your soap scum problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwaterslic
    I have struggled getting soap and other white film off my shower tile. Can I use a pressure washer to remove it? If I can, I am assuming I should seal the tile afterwards.
    Just use some 12.5% on the scum not your washer youll make a big mistake using it

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    I appreciate everyone's input. Will try the magic eraser.

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    Tilex is made just for that. Just spray it on like it says on the bottle.

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    Agree w Michael, the Magic Eraser works great.


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