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Squishy Baff Bath Kit (Colors Vary)

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0062NLZO4
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,352 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (194 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Turns water into goo...and back again! CAUTION: In rare cases individuals may be sensitive: try a small amount on an area of skin prior to use: discontinue use if any irritation is observed. Do not let Squishy Baff come into contact with open cuts, broken, skin or wounds. DO NOT EAT Squishy Baff. 2 x 150g Squishy Baff Maker, 2 x 75g Sodium Chloride, 1 x Instruction Sheet (Paper 105 gsm, 4C / 4C + UV)

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Customer Reviews

It works nothing like the commercial says, we and the kids are very disappointed.
drilling monkey
After some time, we poured the 'salt' into the tub to dissolve the squishy stuff and (drum roll) it did NOT dissolve.
Scientist Mom
A friend told us about it and how much fun her daughter had playing in the tub with it.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Trevor on March 6, 2012
Let's be clear, this stuff is a a little messy and a lot weird. If you're the kind of person who thinks it might be fun to squish around in a bathtub full of jello, then this is the stuff for you. If you think that sounds like a disgusting mess, then you surely already know to stay away from something like this, right?

My 3 year-old (and her 35 year-old dad) had a blast with this stuff. It is messy and gooey and strange, but that's sort of the point. It seems like it's easy on the skin, and didn't stain or even leave a residue in our tub.

A couple things:
I found this stuff, same size box, etc. at Target for about a third of this price ($8.99) in March of 2012. (It's near the Silly Putty, Play Doh, Moon Mud, Floam, etc.)
Fill the tub with maybe four inches of water, add the powder and the kid, and give it a couple minutes, then add more water to get it to the consistency you want.
Sprinkle the powder carefully and evenly. If you get too much in one spot, you'll get lumpy goo.
The goo did take a while to turn completely back to water, but it wasn't a big deal. I used the powder and some extra salt (which is all the powder is), and it mostly thinned out in a few minutes. It might have continued thinning, but I didn't bother waiting. I just turned on the water to dilute the remaining goo, and sent it down the drain. No problem.

Bottom line, this stuff is fun.
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62 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Squibbits on August 6, 2012
We bought it and just willy-nilly dumped one of the two packets into a half-full tub of warm water and stirred it around for about 2 minutes and it turned into a slushy green mix that looks like ice-slush but is warm and "squishy" to the touch. It was great. We couldn't stop playing with it. When it was time to break the stuff down, we added the salt packet and it did mostly dissipate with just a bit of slushiness remaining. It went down the drain just fine with a bit of water chasing it. No big deal at all. It was a lot of fun. In regards to the negative reviews: You could give 100 people bread, butter, cheese and a frying pan. About twenty would successfully make a grilled cheese sandwich. Another ten or fifteen would burn the sandwich. The rest would either not be able to open the bag of bread, eat the cheese by itself, then drop the butter on the floor and slip on it and crack their heads open against the counter. Some folks would get a perfect sandwich and complain because it does not taste like a steak. Someone might have an allergic reaction to the cheese etc. People are awesome!

If you have ten bucks to blow on a few laughs, this stuff is worth buying. If you have no money and about twenty minutes to kill, the negative reviews are priceless to read. Squishy Baff is pure win!
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103 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Carrie Lux on January 3, 2012
I've never reviewed a product before on Amazon, but am going out of my way this morning to possibly help others avoid the weekend of mess & headache I just finished. I would give squishy baff negative stars if able. Firstly, my kids were excited- looks like swimming in Jello on TV, and the price is ridiculous. If it hadn't been a gift no way I would purchase this. We filled the tub just part way with the right temp water & added the goo maker packet. Almost instantly my 2&1/2 yr old twins were screaming to get out, they just didn't like the feeling & color I guess, OK my older daughter wanted to stay & play. Still folowing all the directions, the water turned mildly lumpy at best, but not the texture we were expecting. Contemplated adding the second pouch, glad we didn't! It resembled a tub of water mixed with the absorbant material you find in diapers, it was pretty icky. So after rinsing kids off & deciding we'd wasted our money, we tried to dissolve it with the2nd packet (of salt). Nothing happened, it remained thick, stirred & let sit, nothing. Called customer service, waited on hold...got advice to add more salt from cupboard & stir more. Half a full salt canister later & overnight sitting- just as lumpy or worse. We ended up straining all the gelly lumps out with a collander by hand, which amounted to a couple gallons of gel still left! Some had already gone down the drain as the kids were trying to change it back to water & it did clog up our slow pipes. Lots of plunging, straining & dumping later we were left with a crusty sticky tub. The dried stuff doesnt wipe up easily, I resorted to boiling water & a scrub brush. I hate to say this but the manufacturers should be ashamed of themselves for marketing this to families in this economy- you know there were kids who went out and spent their Christmas money on this product only to be seriously disappointed.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Matt Service on February 15, 2012
My daughter who is 3 years old isn't old enough to be in the tub with this stuff according to the package (for 5 and older). So we used a partial packet in the sink and played in it with our hands. That was a lot of fun! And we will get more uses out of it that way, instead of just two baths = we will have at least ten sink fulls of the stuff.

Note = It takes a couple of minutes for the powder to soak up it's full potential of water, so it's not instant (I kept adding more and more, and found out it was waay too much!).

We did have the same problem that other people are having with not having enough dissolve powder. We portioned it correctly, but it didn't dissolve half of the goo. So we used double what should have been needed, but still wasn't enough. I read the contents, and it is sodium chloride (table salt). So I dumped some salt in the sink and in minutes, it was back to water.

It was a bit of a mess when the goo got on the counter top. That, and not having enough dissolvant in a package we paid for is the reason we didn't rate 5 stars. But I say it's worth the buy for the fun and science of it!
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