Our backyard fun lately has gotten a little slimy to say the least as we have been testing out Booger Balls from Funrise Toys. Yep you read that correctly, Booger Balls.
Gather your friends and get ready to pick a booger battle with Booger Balls! Mix ‘em, pick ‘em, and flick ‘em for an epic battle of slimy, gross, outdoor play! Follow the easy instructions to create booger balls that go splat when you throw them! With the Ultimate Battle Pack, you’ll be fully loaded with Booger Balls for an epic booger battle with your friends! All components of Booger Balls solution are completely non-toxic, biodegradable, and will not stain clothing, upholstery, or paint. It is suggested that the solution is rinsed with water after play and not left on walls or clothing overnight to avoid residue. Intended for outdoor use only.
Booger Balls are very slimy and gooey. They really splat when thrown. My Little One who is 9 had a blast with Booger Balls. She went through the supplied packages of Booger Balls in no time. Luckily the refills can be found at your local Walmart.
My Little One liked the feel of the slimy Booger Balls. She loved how they went splat. She also loved how they hung and oozed. They do resemble a big booger indeed.
My recommendations as a parent for this product are as follows:
*Only let the kids throw the Booger Balls against a wall or fence.
*Rinse down the Booger Balls right away as they can dry on and become difficult to remove.
*Clean out all containers right away and let them air dry.
*Follow the instructions on water amounts in order to make the best Booger Balls possible.
If your little one ends up liking the texture of the Booger Balls, they will go through the solution fast. It did not take my Little One long to toss a ton of Booger Balls against the fence. She really loved it and had a ton of fun. She was quick to point out the refill packs at Walmart and to remind me that we were in need of more Booger Ball solution. 🙂
There are two solutions to make your Booger Balls. One is put in the blue bucket. The other solution is put in the Booger Ball maker bottle. You squeeze some of the Booger Ball solution into the bottle lid and swirl it in the solution in the blue bucket. As you swirl, the Booger Balls are made. The colors of Booger Balls are dependent on the color pack you use; red, yellow, or green.
Booger Balls are great for the kids. I know my Little One had a ton of fun with them. I tried them out too and they are slimy and do throw and splat great. 🙂
Just a word of precaution that the kids seem to want to turn the Booger Ball fun into a Booger Ball war. I do not recommend this unless you are wanting to hose down kids outside to get a ton of Booger Balls off them.
You can check out Booger Balls and other Funrise Toys products here…