Bonux

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Bonux is a brand of detergent made by Procter & Gamble, introduced in 1958 originally under the name of Bonus. It was sold in France and recently introduced in former USSR states such as Ukraine.

Mainly during the 1960s, many different plastic toys were offered with packs of Bonux. Those included toy vehicles in most cases featuring the Bonux (or Bonus) name somewhere on the casting. Some of those were made by well known companies such as Clé, but for many the manufacturer is unknown. They therefore tend to be cataloged under the Bonux brand name.

Bonux is a brand of detergent made by Procter & Gamble, introduced in 1958 originally under the name of Bonus. It was sold in France and recently introduced in former USSR states such as Ukraine.

Mainly during the 1960s, many different plastic toys were offered with packs of Bonux. Those included toy vehicles in most cases featuring the Bonux (or Bonus) name somewhere on the casting. Some of those were made by well known companies such as Clé, but for many the manufacturer is unknown. They therefore tend to be cataloged under the Bonux brand name.

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