Zimpli Kids kindly sent me out some of their products to try out recently.
They’ve designed some interesting products which aim to make bath times more fun.
As well as some for outdoor and playtime fun too.
My kids were very excited to hear names like:
- Slime Baff
- Gelli Baff, and;
- SnoBall Battlepack.
They couldn’t wait to try them out.
The first one we tried was the Slime Baff.
It comes in powder form with some very clear instructions so you can get the best slime results.
Depending on how thick you make the slime, it also gives information how to turn it back into coloured liquid.
That way it’ll go do the drain more easily.
The Slime Baff we received was a vibrant blue colour when added to the bath water.
After a few minutes of stirring it started to get thicker and thicker.
My daughter was enthralled by the thought of getting into a bath full of slime!
She decided it would be best to wear a swimsuit though.
As soon as she got in the bath she was thinking up all kinds of concoctions and potions.
It was interesting to see the slime at work and how gooey it looked.
After bath time was over, it was very easy to dilute the slime by adding extra water and turning it into coloured water.
We’ve not had a chance to try out the Gelli Baff yet.
That accolade has been given to my son but he currently has a broken arm.
When the cast comes off in a few weeks time, he’s looking forward to giving it a go.
Like the Slime Baff, Gelli Baff also comes in powder form with clear instructions for use.
Unlike the Slime Baff, you get a second packet of powder too which turns the Gelli Baff back into water.
The Gelli Baff comes in pink, red, blue and green and we were sent the blue version.
If you’re feeling even more adventurous, you can also get the following varieties:
- Colour Change (Orange -> Green, Blue -> Purple, Yellow -> Green)
- Smelli Gelli (Bubblegum, Tutti Fruiti)
I’ve promised the kids we’ll have a snowball fight this weekend with the SnoBall BattlePack.
Zimpli Kids have made it possible for all year round SnoBall fun even when it’s not snowing.
The SnoBall powder expands so that you can form it into balls reminiscent of slippery snowballs.
With it being fully degradable, it’s environmentally safe and uses no harmful chemicals.
Like with most things though, it’s wise to dispose of the aftermath of your SnoBall fight responsibly.
They can be watered down and mixed into the soil or put in the general waste.
Zimpli Kids have definitely come up with some creative ways to have fun outdoors, at play time and in the bath.
You can find out more about these and other products on their website.