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By Mary 12/04/2007
And why should you buy a new one when you have one that is perfectly fine? I say run a sink of hot water and soak it, even if you have to do it one end at a time. If this doesn't loosen the soap scum enough to wipe it free, then take a scrub brush to it.
By (Guest Post)12/03/2007
I seriously doubt this person has a dishwasher...all the other hints will work though
By Kim Churchman 11/30/2007
You might have hard water. You can make a vinegar solution with hot water in the sink and immerse the rack for a half hour.
By Doris Snoeck 11/30/2007
When I have some extra space in my dishwasher, I put it in with a load of dishes and it comes out like new
By Karyn (Guest Post)11/28/2007
Soak it in hot water with a little bleach. Will lift off all the build up very quickly with no scrubbing.
By Christine Biernat 11/28/2007
Try using a dab of shampoo on it and scrubbing with a washcloth, then rinse with hot water. The dandruff kind works great. I use it in the bathroom to clean the fixtures of soap scum buildup! Use an old toothbrush for any small hard to reach spaces.
By April 11/27/2007
Sometimes soaking in very hot water, then using an old toothbrush will start to loosen it--then pat dry and transfer it to a bowl of vinegar
By Marty Dick 11/27/2007
I use vinegar to remove soap buildup from many things. You can also soak your shower head in it and it will take the mineral deposits from water right off.
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