If you're referring to the Bon Ami cake, it's no longer in production, except for an occasional re-release.
Powdered Bon-Ami in a can (Comet cleanser style) is available at most grocery or hardware stores.
Probably even WallyWorld.
You can get it from amazon or some hardware stores carry the original formula. If you see it in the grocery store, make sure its either a red can or says "original formula" on it. I was really excited that my local food store had it, but when I got it home I realized the can was yellow, and the one I have at my shop is red.
It's defiantly the 1886 formula I'm looking for. There use to be a local "mom and pop" store in town that sold it, unfortunately they have recently closed and I now am looking for a local supplier. After stopping at 3 local grocery store with no success I thought I would ask. I'm going to check Walmart this weekend. Thanks all for your feedback.
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