Question by  Marie1969 (42)

How do you clean up a mess made with foaming soap?

Everything I have done just makes the soap foam even more.


Answer by  violetv (45)

You would clean up a mess out of soap foam by first getting a dry towel and wiping up as much of the foam as possible. Then you would get a wet towel and wipe it up again and then repeat with a dry towel.


Answer by  Dana46 (2345)

Do not add water to the foaming soap until you have most of it removed. Scrape it up with a bit of cardboard.


Answer by  walter80 (409)

It is best to stop adding any more liquid to the foam and concentrate on absorbing it instead. If the foam is in a fabric or carpet use towels or cloth to soak it all up. Try not to agitate the fabric but press hard using the towels to absorb deeply as much as possible.


Answer by  lgk (2426)

Sprinkle some salt on the foam first to get it to stop making more suds and let it settle. The wipe up what you can with a dry cloth until you have most of the soap up. Once that's under control yuse just a bit of plain water to finish.


Answer by  Blondie18 (179)

You can vacuum up the suds with a wet dry vac, and then unfortunately you'll have to rinse it and vacuum it and keep repeating the process until the rinse water comes back clean. It's going to take a while to get it all up, bu that is the best way to clean it up.


Answer by  sailoryue (853)

use cold water. hot water is what makes soap foam more, but cold water doesnt. just keep pushing the foam toward the cold water and wash it down the drain, and use paper towels or regular towels to mop up the excess.

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