Squishy Baff Bath Kit - Blue
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- 21.2 Ounces (600 Grams) - Enough for 2 baths
- 2 Baths (450g)
- Transforms Water Into Glorious, Colorful Goo & Back To Water Again
- Safe For Kids & The Environment
- Available In 4 Colors: Red, Blue, Green & Pink
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- Make sure to read the instructions carefully before starting, especially with respect to how much water to put. That way the consistency comes out just right.
- Keep your kids from getting the Squishy Baff out of the bathtub (or kiddie pool, if that's what you're using) since it's hard to pick up.
- If the consistency is right, the Squishy Baff will absorb almost all the water. That means that when it comes time to dissolve it using the dissolver (sodium chloride a.k.a. table salt), the salt won't go into solution. It's like sprinkling salt on marbles; it won't soak in. So, even though the instructions don't say it, just add water first. The excess water will dissolve the salt and let it get all around the granules. After about five minutes, maybe less, of stirring the bathtub a bit and then waiting, about 95% to 99% of the granules had dissolved. And like the instructions say, the rest go right down the drain along with the rest of the mixture; which by this time looks like tinted water.
My boys, 2 and 4, had a great time with Squishy Baff and I would use the product again.
It arrived with 2 packets of the 'goopy stuff' and 2 of the 'antidote'. I followed the directions and ran the tub with slightly warm water up to 2.5 inches high. I poured in the blue packet and used my hand to mix it around. I could immediately tell it was getting thicker. My son put his feet over the edge and said it was very squishy between his toes.
In the next 4 minutes, it became increasingly thick. The blue dye seemed to just color the water and the thickness itself was more like clear lumps of jello. My son had a bathing suit on (due to my fear of the 'ickiness') and slipped into the tub. He thought it was great. By 10 minutes, it was much more thick and easy to squish in your hand, cling to the body and become stuck to the walls when splashed. He played for about 5 more minutes until he declared himself done.
I opened the other packet and emptied it in. In another handful of minutes, the chunks of goop were smaller and we opened the drain. Everything went right down and we sprayed the rest of the shower and my son off. No residue from the blue coloring, which was my big worry. No drain clogging, no residue on my son or his swim trunks.
So all in all, it worked like it was supposed to, it was simple and no harm done and my kids had 30 minutes of fascinating time playing with something they couldn't describe. This would be a great gift for a kid, a great fun thing to do on vacation or just a fun time waster.
This was a disaster.
Balk all you want and say "follow directions" but honestly, I think the five star reviews are coming from people who have yet to try this messy gunk and just assume that the directions will make a difference. They don't. I followed them. But, aside from the fact that it is extremely messy, it isn't even that fun. It feels rather disgusting and my kids lost interest relatively quickly. Sure, they had fun for a few minutes pretending to be in all these strange places, but honestly they could have done the same thing in plain water. Getting them clean afterwards was ridiculous. The granules stick to the skin and are almost impossible to scrub clean. The dissolving salt (which is all it is) does a shoddy job of working and so I wound up having to actually scoop this gunk out of my tub and into a trash bag, which only led to a complete mess in the bathroom. It took me close to an hour to get it cleaned out. In other words; I'm lucky my wife didn't shank me when I got to bed.
I would never, ever, ever use this again, and I would never recommend this to friends. It is a tiresome disaster that is far more work than it is worth. Seriously, my initial thoughts were correct and I should have stuck to my guns.
Time kids played = 5 minutes
Clean up time= 6 hours later its still not disolved, I had to have my landlord unclog my drain and I had to dig up my yard and its not even cleaned up yet.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son LOVED THIS!!! It's a mess to clean up but it is SO worth the smiles from your kids! 😁Published 2 months ago by Ruffslitch
At first we were a bit doubtful if the product would do what it was advertised to do, but it did. We eyeballed how much water to use and poured in the mixture. Read morePublished 6 months ago by T O'Brien
Followed the directions and was a flop. It definitely turns your water to gel, but the dissolver does not work and since having a septic I strained the water before emptying the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Beth
Fun!! But not for bathtub. I almost never got it unsquishy. Better used outside in little pool like I did for my son's birthdayPublished 9 months ago by Micayla
This is the WORST product ever! It was fun at the time but messy at the end. It's super slippery and super dangerous! I used 20 towels and 4 bath mats for this mess! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Moll
One nephew loved it-the older one. The younger one didn't want anything to do with it.Published 14 months ago by Sarah H.