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Thread: Scrubbing Bubbles

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    While cleaning my bathroom with Scrubbing Bubbles, I had a couple of figurines that needed cleaning. They have small spaces that get dirty/dusty and nothing reaches to clean them. For some reason I sprayed them with Scrubbing Bubbles. I let them sit for awhile and then rinsed. Low & Behold - the small spaces were clean. The action of the bubbles did scrub them clean. Ah, Yes, we truely are the Mother of Invention.

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    Have tried this too, and loved the results.

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    My white refrigerator has a textured surface and I sprayed it with Scrubbing Bubbles and it cleaned itself practically!

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    OH, I love this idea. Thank you. :-D

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    i love Scrubbing Bubbles, too.

    Another great product is the magic eraser. Love it!

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    I use that too. I have discovered the new ones where it has a trigger and all you have to do is press on it and it pumps itself and shoots out....and you just replace the empty bottle and keep the top part.

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    I like that idea, seems like it would cut costs considerably, not to mention waste.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rosyhf
    I use that too. I have discovered the new ones where it has a trigger and all you have to do is press on it and it pumps itself and shoots out....and you just replace the empty bottle and keep the top part.

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    I have been using that too for a long time. I take my mini blinds in the kitchen and put them in the tub and spray both sides and let it sit. Just rinse them off and they sparkle. Best part no scrubbing. I love this stuff. Thanks for the tip on the figurines.

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    I LOVE the magic eraser but now will try the scrubbing bubbles too, thanks all for the info!!

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    Thanks will put this on my to buy list.

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    I use the scrubby bubbles on my ceiling fan blades too.

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    Thanks, I will try it!

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    I use it all the time for my tubs but never thought to use it elsewhere. Thanks for all the hints. Who knew? Love Magic Eraser too!

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    Added to my shopping list!! Thanks for heads up.

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    thanks will try this on my blinds also

    Quote Originally Posted by StitchnFind
    I have been using that too for a long time. I take my mini blinds in the kitchen and put them in the tub and spray both sides and let it sit. Just rinse them off and they sparkle. Best part no scrubbing. I love this stuff. Thanks for the tip on the figurines.

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    Guess I need to give this product a try! Seems to clean most everything. I hate to clan mini blinds. Ugh!

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    Oh gosh....I HATE scrubbing blinds, I am soooo gonna try this on my blinds, thanks!

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    Who wants to clean and scrub, if you can quilt.

    Thank God for scrubbing bubbles!

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    Scrubbing bubbles, I was cleaning the bath room one day and noticed a few spots on my carpet in the hall way so I gave them a squirt of the scrubbing bubbles and they cleaned up very nice.
    Pickle

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    Scrubbing Bubbles also cleans those dusty silk flower arrangements and trees. Just don't get it on the brass or metal containers. It will make streaks on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN
    My white refrigerator has a textured surface and I sprayed it with Scrubbing Bubbles and it cleaned itself practically!
    Great idea! I'm going to try this. I can't get those little divits clean to save my soul.

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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    Don't believe I've ever used the Bubbles. Will it work as well on the textured surface of the refrigerator? I usually use Magic Eraser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN
    My white refrigerator has a textured surface and I sprayed it with Scrubbing Bubbles and it cleaned itself practically!
    Wow! I'll have to get my son on this! He loves Scrubbing Bubbles...go figure...

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN
    My white refrigerator has a textured surface and I sprayed it with Scrubbing Bubbles and it cleaned itself practically!
    I am so jacked to try this...thanks!

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