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August 19, 2012 / avonwithelaine

The many uses of Avon Bubble Bath

Avon does not promote this due to legalities, but many Avon bubble bath users and reps over the years have compiled lists of other stuff the bubble bath is good for.

Here are some of them.

Avon Bubble Bath’s many uses

Dilute 1 capful of Avon’s Bubble Bath in 2 liters of hot water

– Use to clean chandeliers or any light fixtures

– Excellent cleaner for windows, mirrors, china and all of your kitchen appliances

– Clean your plant leaves. They will have a super shine. Then use the bubble bath water to fertilize them

– Grease stains on your best blouse from cooking or eating?

Just rub straight bubble bath on the spots, let sit for a few minutes and then wash as usual

– One or two capfuls do a whole load of laundry. No danger to colors. It is as good for lingerie as it is for jeans

– Clean your eye glasses

– Add some water to the bubble bath and use in your potpourri burner. Your house will smell great

– Wash your car. It leaves no water streaks. Use inside and out.

– It is a terrific jewelry cleaner for costume jewelry as well as real jewelry

– Wash floors, especially “no wax” floors. Does not damage the finish, cuts grease and floors will shine as if you had waxed them. Fabulous cleaner for ceramic floors

– Stain on couch, carpet, car seat etc. Take Avon’s bubble bath not diluted on a wet cloth and rub the stain off. Does not leave any marks.

– Wash your delicate drapes with it. It leaves them clean and freshly scented. Also great for Venetian blinds…makes them shine

– Great for washing walls, ceilings and cupboards (wood finish or painted). No rinsing and no streaks

BEST OF ALL…IT’S A GREAT BUBBLE BATH!!

LOTS OF BUBBLES AND NO TUB RING

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