Skwooshi Review

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Skwooshi is the modelling compound with a difference.  You can roll it, build it, layer it, shape it and “skwoosh” it!  We were sent some to try, so we could discover the secret of Skwooshi for ourselves.
When you get Skwooshi out of the package, it may seem weird at first because it comes shaped like a rectangle. Once you get it out and knead it a few times it becomes soft, flexible and almost sand like, but it doesn’t create a mess.
 
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Skwooshi works like other modelling clays with the advantage of never drying out.  It also is less messy as it is dry and won’t stick to clothing, carpets or furniture. It can simply be brushed or vacuumed away. Leilani loved using the little rocket and car mold that it came with because it molds so easily that even she was able to do it without my help. But its play value goes beyond that – with the Skwooshi Effect! If you pull a lump of Skwooshi apart it changes from a solid to a free flowing, crumbly textured substance that oozes through your fingers.  It is really strange, but a good strange! I honestly love this stuff simply because it gives my daughter hands on creative play and keeps her busy for so long!
Skwooshi comes in 10 fun colors and individual packs as well as activity sets for maximum creativity! You can even mix the colors to create new ones!
It is recommended for children 3+ and you can find it in various toy stores, on Amazon, and at ToysRUs.

 

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11 thoughts on “Skwooshi Review

  1. Very nice and informative review. I like that this product doesn’t dry out and doesn’t stick to clothing. Thanks for the review.

  2. wpw this is great — I love anything that is a no mess product since 5 little people can do it with very little help from anything

  3. That looks super nifty!! I bet it would be an awesome toy for my niece and nephews. Thanks for helping me the favorite aunt. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  4. Ive never heard of a clay that is so user friendly. thanks for sharing. Most stuff like this either dries out or ends up all over the house

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