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« on: November 05, 2005 08:40:15 AM »

HELP!  Does anyone know if bath bombs are safe to use in jacuzzis?  I have several friends who don't need bubble bath for Christmas because it isn't good to use in their fancy schmancy (yes, I'm jealous) jacuzzi tubs.  Would bath bombs be safe?  Thanks.

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« Reply #1 on: November 05, 2005 10:55:08 AM »

Hi there... okay I'm going to be totally honest & say I have no idea  ... we have nooo jacuzzis, whirlpool, hot tubs, etc etc in any of our three bathrooms or on the deck or whatever.  Not because we can't afford them but because hub & I must be the only 2 ppl in the world who absolutely hate them ... really! Smiley 

But ... we did happen to know two couples who decideedd to splurged on a lovely romantic stay (two different times/places) in expensive hotel suites which happened to sport some sort of ... er...  'fancy-schmancy' tubs.
Both couples got charged *bigtime* extra -- and in one case it actually held up in a court of law too -- for ruining the tubs by pouring in stuff they'd brought with them that didn't specifically say for that kind of tub.

Now admittedly this was a number of years ago, and perhaps the tubs are better made these days ... ? ...
but still, if I were you & if I were absolutely-no-question *determined*  to make a tub product as a gift, I believe I'd go try to find a few products that DO specifically say safe for jacuzzi . Perahps you can tell, from reading the ingredients list/comparing it to some ordinary version of the stuff, what in particular might need to be avoided & what's okay.

But then again if it 'were indeed' me, I'd get them some wonderfully fluffy bath mats, or a couple of good humongous towels, or maybe matching tub pillows instead!
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2005 08:56:30 AM »

Thanks for the good advice.  Maybe I'll just bake them some cookies.  Everyone loves to eat, right?

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« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2005 05:58:29 PM »

plus you can eat cookies in any kind of tub.  Wink

tell me i'm not the only one that enjoys a snack in the bath tub from time to time.
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« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2006 08:23:14 AM »


they have a great recipe for bath bombs that work great in a jaqueezzi, bc i have tested it out my self. they are very easy to make, and feel great enjoy

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