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Coupon Savvy Sarah had the opportunity to meet the representatives from Skwooshi this past summer in Chicago and we got to play with the new Skwooshi compound - It is super cool!
Skwooshi Never Dries Out, doesn't smell, doesn't leave a mess on carpets, clothing or hands PLUS it is gluten free and doesn't contain any wheat!! This playset includes 2 containers of Skwooshi (2 colors) 2 unique Skwooshi Action molds and 2 translucent covers to make your Skwooshi action vehicles come to life.
Here is a product demonstration of Skwooshi:
Rose had a lot of fun with these compounds! They do stretch far and it leaves a few crumbles here and there but is easy to clean up by smooshing the compound onto the loose pieces to collect it. The colors are vibrant and easy to work with and it doesn't dry out (I left a container open for a few days and it is the moist and easy to work with still)! There are a few different molding sets for kits to create different shapes or you can by the Skwooshi compound on it's own and create your own objects!
Like the Skwooshi page on Facebook to stay up to date on where it is available and for fun ideas and contests! Skwooshi is available at Target and Toys 'R Us in addition to online at Amazon!
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