40 Ways to Use Avon Bubble Bath

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Whilst browsing the net I found these great ideas on uses for Avon bubble bath – please note these are not endorsed by Avon or beautywithinmakeup

40 Ways to Use Avon Bubble Bath NOTE: Compared to many other cleaners or detergents, Avon Bubble Bath not only costs less, but you also use less. For instance, one capful to half a pail of water does a great job cleaning the car or camper Avon Bubble Bath in the Bathroom:

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Use to wash down the tub surround, shower walls and doors Leaves bathroom fixtures and mirrors shining

Cleans the vanity top, cabinets, and ceramic tiles Can replace your body wash Works as a shampoo Good refill for liquid soap,

it’s mild on hands (even nicer after adding a few drops of Avon Skin So Soft Bath Oil) Cleans combs and brushes – leaves no residue Avon Bubble Bath in the Kitchen: Wash your appliances with it and leave them sparkling

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Can be used to hand wash dishes (not in the dishwasher) Mild enough to clean your painted or wood kitchen cabinets Cleans the fridge inside and out, even removes odours Avon Bubble Bath in the Laundry Room:

Use as a laundry detergent and you no longer need a fabric softener. 1 or 2 capfuls are all that’s needed to do a great job and to remove stains Great for hand-washing delicate items Pre-soak heavily soiled laundry, such as greasy work clothes. Easily does away with ring around the collar Removes butter or grease from clothes. Pour bubble bath directly on the spot, leave a few minutes, then wash and the spot will be gone Cheaper than Woolite –gentle on lingerie Avon Bubble Bath in the Living/Dining Room:

Can be used to shampoo carpets, either the whole carpet or just spot cleaning Upholstery stains are removed by rubbing with a damp cloth dipped in full strength bubble bath Cleans chandeliers and light fixtures Use to hand wash the good dinnerware, glassware and silverware.

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Leaves windows shining Washes Venetian blinds – leaves no streaks behind Polishes all chrome household fixtures Cleans the TV screen, computer monitor, etc. Wipe with a damp cloth dipped in bubble bath and dry with a soft, lint-free cloth Can be used to wash no-wax floors – use 1 capful with ½ pail of warm water Removes wax build-up – use straight from the bottle with a scrub sponge, wipe with a dry cloth

Does a superior job cleaning ceilings, walls and panelling Wash your plant leaves to make them shine. Mix a small amount of the Avon bubble bath with some tepid water. When finished pour the leftover water onto soil as a fertilizer

Will clean your jewellery (even costume jewellery) Leaves a fresh, clean smell from room to room. There are a lot of different fragrances – might be fun to try different ones.

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Use to clean your eyeglasses Mix some bubble bath with an equal amount of water to put it in your potpourri burner

Adds fun to the children’s wading pool while keeping the pool and children clean

Shake up, then use the bubbles only on a sponge to clean and freshen vehicle interiors Add to cleaning water for cars, aluminium or vinyl siding, campers or trailers – repels dust Leaves a protective wax-like coating on cars – watermarks wash right off U

use in the garage to test tyres or gas lines for leaks

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To repel snails in the garden – mix equal parts water and bubble bath and spray on flowers. In the vegetable garden, spray only on the surrounding soil, not on any edible plants

Avon beauty Within Makeup Uk75 followersbeautywithinmakeup.comAvon Bubble Bath If you’re looking for great value bubbles then stock up on your favourite scents with Avon bubble bath. Available in 1ltr and 500ml sizes and with new scents added regularily you’ll be hooked if you try them!! Current scents are; Lavender Soft Pink Fragrant Rose White Lily Chocolate Orange Herbal Meadow Sensitive Rose Petals Apple Crumble Bubblegum Vanilla & Fig Buy online at www.avonbeautywithinmakeup.uk Whilst browsing the net I found these great ideas on uses for Avon bubble bath – please note these are not endorsed by Avon or beautywithinmakeup 40 Ways to Use Avon Bubble Bath NOTE: Compared to many other cleaners or detergents, Avon Bubble Bath not only costs less, you also use less. For instance, one capful to half a pail of water does a great job cleaning the car or camper Avon Bubble Bath in the Bathroom: Use to wash down the tub surround, shower walls and doors Leaves bathroom fixtures and mirrors shining Cleans the vanity top, cabinets, and ceramic tiles Can replace your body wash Works as a shampoo Good refill for liquid soap, it’s mild on hands (even nicer after adding a few drops of Avon Skin So Soft Bath Oil) Cleans combs and brushes – leaves no residue Avon Bubble Bath in the Kitchen: Wash your appliances with it and leave them sparkling Can be used to hand wash dishes (not in the dishwasher) Mild enough to clean your painted or wood kitchen cabinets Cleans the fridge inside and out, even removes odours Avon Bubble Bath in the Laundry Room: Use as a laundry detergent and you no longer need a fabric softener. 1 or 2 capfuls are all that’s needed to do a great job and to remove stains Great for hand-washing delicate items Pre-soak heavily soiled laundry, such as greasy work clothes. Easily does away with ring around the collar Removes butter or grease from clothes. Pour bubble bath directly on the spot, leave a few minutes, then wash and the spot will be gone Cheaper than Woolite –gentle on lingerie Avon Bubble Bath in the Living/Dining Room: Can be used to shampoo carpets, either the whole carpet or just spot cleaning Upholstery stains are removed by rubbing with a damp cloth dipped in full strength bubble bath Cleans chandeliers and light fixtures Use to hand wash the good dinnerware, glassware and silverware. Avon Bubble Bath Everywhere Else: Leaves windows shining Washes Venetian blinds – leaves no streaks behind Polishes all chrome household fixtures Cleans the TV screen, computer monitor, etc. Wipe with a damp cloth dipped in bubble bath and dry with a soft, lint free cloth Can be used to wash no-wax floors – use 1 capful with ½ pail of warm water Removes wax build-up – use straight from the bottle with a scrub sponge, wipe with a dry cloth Does a superior job cleaning ceilings, walls and paneling Wash your plant leaves to make them shine. Mix a small amount of the Avon bubble bath with some tepid water. When finished pour the leftover water onto soil as a fertilizer Will clean your jewellery (even costume jewellery) Leaves a fresh, clean smell from room to room. There are a lot of different fragrances – might be fun to try different ones. Use to clean your eyeglasses Mix some bubble bath with an equal amount of water to put it in your potpourri burner Adds fun to the children’s wading pool while keeping the pool and children clean Shake up, then use the bubbles only on a sponge to clean and freshen vehicle interiors Add to cleaning water for cars, aluminium or vinyl siding, campers or trailers – repels dust Leaves a protective wax-like coating on cars – water marks wash right off Use in the garage to test tyres or gas lines for leaks To repel snails in the garden – mix equal parts water and bubble bath and spray on flowers. In the vegetable garden, spray only on the surrounding soil, not on any edible plants Give your pet a bubble bath Relat