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The main complaint seems to be that the bubbles don't last long, so if your kids will have a problem with that, I would avoid.
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The main complaint seems to be that the bubbles don't last long, so if your kids will have a problem with that, I would avoid.
Do you have a recommendation for one that lasts long? I've tried Mr bubble, frozen, and minions bubble bath and the foam all seems to go away by the time the tub is half full. We sit in the tub while it fills. We use more than the recommended amount of a few caps.
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The main complaint seems to be that the bubbles don't last long, so if your kids will have a problem with that, I would avoid.
Do you have hard water?
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Do you have a recommendation for one that lasts long? I've tried Mr bubble, frozen, and minions bubble bath and the foam all seems to go away by the time the tub is half full. We sit in the tub while it fills. We use more than the recommended amount of a few caps.
I recommend this one, one cap does the trick as long as you slowly pour it on running water.
Alaffia Everyday Shea Bubble Bath for Babies & Kids, Gentle for Sensitive to Very Dry Skin Types, Ethically Traded, Non-GMO, Lemon Lavender, 32 Ounces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004US0...lFbQYKZ8TP
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Do you have hard water?
I think so. I'm in NYC, and the government website said the water can be moderately hard.

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New Yorkers receive their tap water from upstate reservoirs in the Catskill/Delaware watershed, the Croton watershed, or a blend of both sources. Water from the Croton watershed is considered "moderately hard," while water from the Catskill/Delaware watershed is considered "soft" or "slightly hard." Citywide, the average hardness is about 1.8 grain/gallon (CaCO3). In areas of the City where Catskill/Delaware and Croton Water supplies are blended, the hardness can reach 7 grain/gallon (CaCO3), which is considered "moderately hard.".
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I think so. I'm in NYC, and the government website said the water can be moderately hard.

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New Yorkers receive their tap water from upstate reservoirs in the Catskill/Delaware watershed, the Croton watershed, or a blend of both sources. Water from the Croton watershed is considered "moderately hard," while water from the Catskill/Delaware watershed is considered "soft" or "slightly hard." Citywide, the average hardness is about 1.8 grain/gallon (CaCO3). In areas of the City where Catskill/Delaware and Croton Water supplies are blended, the hardness can reach 7 grain/gallon (CaCO3), which is considered "moderately hard.".
That could be why it didn't bubble well, possibly.
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If you have a showerhead that can produce a strong jet, that will produce more bubbles than the faucet.
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I think so. I'm in NYC, and the government website said the water can be moderately hard.

From the website:

New Yorkers receive their tap water from upstate reservoirs in the Catskill/Delaware watershed, the Croton watershed, or a blend of both sources. Water from the Croton watershed is considered "moderately hard," while water from the Catskill/Delaware watershed is considered "soft" or "slightly hard." Citywide, the average hardness is about 1.8 grain/gallon (CaCO3). In areas of the City where Catskill/Delaware and Croton Water supplies are blended, the hardness can reach 7 grain/gallon (CaCO3), which is considered "moderately hard.".
Yes we got pretty hard water in NYC. Will need to use more for the desired effect.
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I recommend this one, one cap does the trick as long as you slowly pour it on running water.
Alaffia Everyday Shea Bubble Bath for Babies & Kids, Gentle for Sensitive to Very Dry Skin Types, Ethically Traded, Non-GMO, Lemon Lavender, 32 Ounces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004US0...lFbQYKZ8TP
Thanks for the advice. Got this one since it's in stock.

Alaffia - Everyday Coconut Bubble Bath, Gentle for Babies and Up, Supports Soft Skin and Relaxation with Yarrow, Hibiscus and Coconut Oil, Fair Trade, Naturally Foaming, Strawberry, 32 Ounces https://www.amazon.com/dp/B011ANI...lFbYAW99QR
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Do you have a recommendation for one that lasts long? I've tried Mr bubble, frozen, and minions bubble bath and the foam all seems to go away by the time the tub is half full. We sit in the tub while it fills. We use more than the recommended amount of a few caps.
We just do a few pumps of the Suave kids shampoo/body wash and always have bubbles at the end of the bath. We also have hard water.
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