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If I threw my D bath bombs away ? !!!

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Heyho111 · 25/06/2015 13:32

Bath bomb debris sticks stronger to the bath than dried wheatabix used to on my kitchen floor ! I wouldn't be surprised if the manufacturer has a sister company in cleaning products ! Do you think she'd notice if they went missing ð??®

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haveabreakhaveakitkat · 25/06/2015 13:37

My dd is a lushaholic and their bath bombs clean away ok (they're horribly stinky though)


WhyCantIuseTheNameIWant · 25/06/2015 13:39

Don't they go damp in a steamy bathroom?
Then they would be useless and have to be thrown away.
Ywnbu to get her to clean up after herself.


midnightvelvet01 · 25/06/2015 14:05

The bath needs to be rinsed out after a bath with a bomb, especially yellow ones as they stain (Lush I'm glaring at you)


CakeLady1 · 25/06/2015 15:04

Is she old enough to clean the bath after herself? If so, she should, if she can't but won't, the bath bombs go bye-bye.


CastlesBlown · 25/06/2015 15:17

The glitter ones!!!!!!!! I was wearing glitter for weeks after. Bloody things


howabout · 25/06/2015 15:22

Oily / Glittery etc bathbombs banned in our house. I love them but cleaning the bath after myself is not worth the pleasure (you know you are old when you don't drink cos you can't cope with the hangover)

Never let her wash her hair after using hair chalk! Disclosing tablets for the whole bathroom.Grin

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