I hope you like math, b/c I have a math question to ask you . I'm not good at math.

    I want to make a flea bath. I have to pour one gallon of water into a bucket.. The bucket is not marked with gallons. I have an empty water jug that holds 101.4 FL . Oz . How much more of this will I have to pour into the bucket to make one gallon. It also says the water jug holds 3 QT. 5.4 fL OZ.   This is a serious question.

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    A FLEA BATH?????

    Fleas ain't keen on baths, just a comb and brush up please.

    country bumpkin

    LOL...Members of the fleamily!

    Wouldn't you have to be careful not to make "cat pickles"?
    country bumpkin

    My mouth is watering.


    MCM don't worry about using the  3 quart 5.4 fluid ounce jug instead use a one cup measuring cup.

    **You will need to fill the measuring cup up 16 times.**

    There are:

        2 cups in a pint

        2 pints in a quart

        4 quarts in a gallon

        1 gallon is equal to 16 cups.

    And so two "C's" fit inside a "P," two "P's" fit inside a "Q," and four "Q's" fit inside a big, enormous "G."

    It's like "the woman who swallowed a fly" for cups and quarts!

    It still takes a few minutes of mental visualization, but with this diagram in mind, you can easily figure out that there are four cups in a quart, 16 cups in a gallon, and so on.


    Click onto this website here and take a look. It is a FUN Memory Website and it will show you what I've written above .





    CB, you're right.But, that's the thing.......I'm trying to AVOID using measuring cups and such. Even trying to avoid filling up a 32 oz. Gatorade bottle 4 X. Trying to find a jug of spring water that's one gallon. I don't buy milk by the gallon. I buy it by the quart or half gallon.
    Ok, I could save empty milk 1/2 gallon jugs. And use 2 of them.
    But, those are some cool diagrams, CB. :-)
    Thank you , everyone for your answers.

    101.4 ounces is the same as 3 quarts 5.4 ounces. 
    A gallon is 128 ounces. 
    I'm not sure why you don't want to take the time to measure with a quart container (4 cups four times) or a half gallon (64 ounces two times). 
    If your cats are as important as you have convinced me, the little extra effort shouldn't be an issue. 

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