In Episode 45, Sailor Mercury used Sabão Spray to provide limited protection for herself against intense heat and flames. Sabão Spray was also one of the attacks used by Sailor Mercury in the video games Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon S and Sailor Moon: Another Story. In Another Story it decreased the attack power of the targeted enemy, causing them to do less damage to the party. To do the attack in the anime, video games, Mercury gathers water in her cupped hands, twirls around with it, and then releases it this makes a fog appear, while in the video games, bubbles fly at the enemy.
- This attack, Sabão Spray Freezing, Akuryo Taisan, and Hissatsu Love-Me Moon Chain are the only attacks in the Japanese dub not completely said in English.
- It was her primary attack used in the first season of the original anime. It eventually became much stronger and more effective with Shabon Spray Freeze (Mercury Ice Bubbles Freeze) and Shine Aqua Illusion.
- "Sabão" is the Portuguese word for soap. It is a Portuguese loanword in the Japanese language.
- In most episodes, an animation mistake can often be seen where in one frame, Sailor Mercury's left glove turns skin color briefly before returning to its normal white color. In the Sailor Moon S movie, when Sailor Mercury used this attack to stop one of Princess Kaguya's Snow Dancers, this animation mistake was corrected.
- Even though it was originally called "Mercury Bubbles Blast" in the English dub, this attack was renamed "Bubble Spray" in ADV's remastered DVD boxset and Viz Media's dub.
- In the Dic dubbed versions of episodes 72 and 73 this attack was called "Mercury Ice Storm Blast," which was the name was first for Shine Aqua Illusion in that dub.
- The attack is usually misread as "Shabon Spray" due to Ami's pronunciation of the attack in the original anime.