AVON’s Bubble Bath Uses:




1.Zillions of bubbles that leave NO bath tub ring.

2.Does a beautiful job on washing cars, mobile homes, RVs, and boats.

3.Great as a laundry detergent, no fabric softener needed.

4.Better than “Woolite” for hand washing delicates.

5.Heavily soiled laundry? Pre-soak in bubble bath for a few minutes. Can even remove ring around the collar and get the grease out of work clothes.

6.Wash windows.

7.Give pets a bath.

8.Wash no wax floors.

9.Wash dishes.

10.Wash walls and ceilings.

11.Clean bathroom fixtures and mirrors.

12.Wash appliances.

13.Use to shampoo carpets (whole room or a spot).

14.Cleans chandeliers and light fixtures.

15.Use bubbles and sponge to shampoo furniture or vehicle interiors.

16.Cleans china, windows, etc. (all glass).

17.Wash your plant leaves, they will shine. Then pour into soil as a fertilizer.

18.Upholstery stains come out by rubbing with a damp cloth dipped in full strength bubble bath. Do not wet the sponge with water. Water may leave a stain, the bubble bath won’t.

19.Clean your jewelry – even costume jewelry.

20.Splatter grease (butter too) on a good blouse? Put straight bubble bath on the spot, let sit a few minutes and wash. No spots!

21.Wash Venetian blinds.

22.Wash paneling – no rinsing, no streaks.

23.Clean your eye glasses.

24.Put some bubble bath and a bit of water in your potpourri burner.

25.Clean your painted or real wood cupboards.

26.Fill your pump “hand cleaner” in the bathroom and kitchen, as well. It’s not antibacterial, but it sure works good and smells great!

Best of all, you can pick the scent you enjoy smelling, not the scent the makers of other products want you to smell !

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