Mr. Clean's Worst Nightmare

Both instances of SCP-XXXX at area of initial recovery.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: Both instances of SCP-XXXX are to be kept in a 10x10 meter refrigerated room coated in polytetrafluoroethylene (commonly known as Teflon) at a temperature of -2 Celsius(28.4 Fahrenheit). SCP-XXXX is to be handled with a hazard suit, which is to be taken off immediately upon contact with SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX is not to be within a 10 meter proximity of any type of soap. All testing with SCP-XXXX is to be strictly authorized by only Clearance Level 3 Personnel and above.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a bottle of dish soap 16 cm tall and 9 cm wide filled with a fluid composed of Sodium hydroxide, Thulium,1 Fluoroantimonic acid2 and [DATA EXPUNGED]. The fluid inside SCP-XXXX is to be referred to as SCP-XXXX-1. By itself, SCP-XXXX is harmless. However, when SCP-XXXX is put in a subject's hands or a material usually used for cleaning, it is capable of eroding any material it is used on, except for the material it is in. In the case of washing hands, it simply erodes the hands. When SCP-XXXX comes into contact with human flesh while being used, it will erode their entire body in a matter of 5-10 minutes starting from point of contact regardless of the amount of SCP-XXXX-1 that is used. When any type of soap comes within 10 meters of SCP-XXXX, it turns into another instance of SCP-XXXX after a 25 minute period, though the container the soap was in remains the same. This effect appears to be instantaneous, as testing to see how fast it transforms into SCP-XXXX has so far proven to be inconclusive.

Testing Log XXXX

Addendum: SCP-XXXX was discovered in █/█/20██ when ██████ ██████████ reported that his neighbor, ████ ██████ had been screaming loudly for 3 minutes, abruptly stopping thereafter. When the police arrived on the scene, they found a slurry of human remains in front of the kitchen sink with no visible signs of corrosion damage anywhere else. It was at this point the Foundation was contacted to investigate, in which they identified an unknown substance in the remains to be of the same composition as the fluid in the dish soap bottles in front of the sink, which was then given the designation SCP-XXXX.