A few weeks ago Kinsley mentioned to me that she wanted to make slime. If you’re a parent with children between the ages of 3-14, odds are you’ve made some form of slime this year. While looking up recipes for the perfect slime, I found the Zimpli Kids website. Zimpli Kids offers a huge range of kid-friendly “slime” themed products. I knew I couldn’t pass up the chance to test them out. We received one pack of Gelli Baff, one SnoBall Battle Pack, and one pack of Slime Baff. My daughter and I couldn’t wait to get our hands on these fun little packs!
The first pack we tried out was the Gelli Baff. Gelli Baff is non toxic, non staining, and 100% safe on skin. This pack lets you turn lets you turn bath water into goo! There are two steps to this pack. Step 1 is a blue powder that goes into the bath water. After mixing well, it turns the tub into super squishy blue goo! Step 2 is what turns the goo back into water so that it can easily go down the drain. Much to my surprise, the blue goo smelled amazing! My daughter was amazed at how quickly the water changed, and begged to stay in much longer than usual! There was very little mess made while my daughter played, and my daughter staid that she felt like she was “swimming in jello”. After she had a bit of fun, we sprinkled the Step 2 powder into the tub an added a bit more water to help dilute the solution. This process did take a bit longer than step 1, however everything went back to water and went down the drain without any issues. I was also nervous about the blue goo staining my tub or my daughter’s skin, but I didn’t have any issues with either! Tomorrow night we plan on trying out the Slime Baff, and we are saving the SnoBall Battle Pack for when her cousins come over! I can’t wait to try some other Zimpli Kids products in the future! There are so many to chose from!
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