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Gold Dust Washing Powder. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1893) Empty Is The Kitchen - Bridget's Gone. Because they did not use our washing powder. Made only by N. K. Fairbank & Co. Sold Everywhere. (1915) Fairbank's Gold Dust Washing Powder. Meets every cleaning and brightening need in the house. Use Gold Dust not only for washing dishes, but for washing bathtubs and bathroom fixtures, cleaning and brightening metal work, pots, pans, kettles, for scrubbing floors, washing woodwork, cleaning and freshening linoleum and oilcloth, and for all the hundreds of uses for which it is so particularly supreme. Fairbank's Gold Dust washing products was a line of all-purpose cleaning agents researched and developed in the late 1880s by the N. K. Fairbank Soap Manufacturing Company. First introduced to the American consumer in 1889, Gold Dust Washing Powder quickly became a success due in large part to its low selling price. The most easily recognized members of the soap line were Gold Dust Washing Powder and Gold Dust Scouring Soap. They were marketed in boxes and containers prominently featuring the brand's well known trademark, the Gold Dust Twins. The back of the box depicted the twins tackling several household chores and a list of jobs made easier by using Gold Dust Washing Powder. "Let the Twins Do Your Work" was the product's long lasting and ubiquitous slogan. Enjoy these vintage ads for Gold Dust Washing Powder while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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