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Gelli Bath - £2.99 delivered @ Play.com

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Gellibaff turns bath water into goo... and back again! Available in gloriously bright colours and new colour changing magic goo too! Turn bath time into play time! Simply run your a bath, add Gelli… Read More
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[mod] 8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Gellibaff turns bath water into goo... and back again! Available in gloriously bright colours and new colour changing magic goo too!

Turn bath time into play time! Simply run your a bath, add Gelli Baff and watch in amazement as your boring bath water magically turns into a fun, thick goo.

Gellibaff is a completely harmless powder that soaks up 400 times its own weight in water. And there's no need to worry about cleaning up either - when the fun's all done, simply add the sachet of dissolver powder and the goo disappears as magically as it appeared. The goo reverts back to plain old coloured bath water so don't worry about it blocking or clogging the bath, it won't! The dissolver sachet powder is simply pure table salt, the same as you put on your chips!

Completely safe, Gellibaff conforms to strict testing and safety regulations and doesn't stain your towels, carpets or kids.
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[mod]#1
http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/6701/6072321x.jpg

Not recommended for children under 5 years of age unless supervised by an adult.
Don't put too much water in the bath! For maximum gooiness, 5 or 6cm is plenty for an average sized bath. If you have a jumbo bath, use even less water.
Don't add the powder while the tap is running. Pour the bath water first, turn off the tap and then add the Gellibaff sachet marked 'Step 1'.
Enjoy Gelli-baff sitting down. Goo is slippy!
Don't eat Gellibaff. It's safe, but not nice to eat!
The Gelli Baff you receive will be one of four fantastic colours.
#2
i saw this adertised. 30pounds for a huge collection of it but thought if she didnt like it then thats 30pounds wasted. fab!!


im getting this to take to the caravan with us, in a paddling pool from poundland.
#3
nice lets, let our kids bath in chemicals
#4
uglybeautyqueen;5089403
nice lets, let our kids bath in chemicals


...and if you are lucky your kid will react like my niece did when she had a bath with my little girl and we put this stuff in, she went mental, its scared the **** out of her and she now has gelatinophobia.
#5
I know this sounds odd, but, Its great to buy for yourself to relax ur feet in after a hard day. Just fill a bowl (not full) with water and put a bit gelli bath in and stick ya feet in!!!! and theres enough for a few goes too!!! lol wait till kids go to bed tho as they wana be in :)
#6
Yeah, but its not just for kids. Bought some more expensive stuff for the wife and she loved it.
#7
[SIZE="5"]Before Bath
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2f.jpg

After Bath
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2e.jpg

3 Hours Later
[/SIZE]
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2c.jpg
#8
ha ha ha thats more acid bath
[mod]#9
Kippy! :w00t::lol:
#10
uglybeautyqueen
nice lets, let our kids bath in chemicals

So you don't let your kids use shampoo or soap?
#11
This stuff is really fun, but you would need at least 2 packets for a decent depth

Might get 2 for the paddling pool, though - paid £5 each last time
#12
Why would you do this?
I would have a bath to get clean not cover myself in goo. Wait that sounds wrong...:w00t:
#13
kippy
[SIZE="5"]Before Bath
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2f.jpg

After Bath
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2e.jpg

3 Hours Later
[/SIZE]
http://www.beatrocker.net/images/the-joker2c.jpg


Masterful use of photoshop :lol: Kudos!
#14
BEWARE!!! my 4 yr old got hold of some and blocked the sink with it. None of the step 2 left and his dad spent hours undoing the u bend and flushing the pipes !
#15
crutches
BEWARE!!! my 4 yr old got hold of some and blocked the sink with it. None of the step 2 left and his dad spent hours undoing the u bend and flushing the pipes !


"The dissolver sachet powder is simply pure table salt, the same as you put on your chips! " Although too late now ...
#16
err think i better set the record str8 ...
1stly, that guy is not me lol. 2ndly, i googled the images – so even though i use photoshop on a daily basis, it is not something i did work on ;)

3rdly, i'm not sure if i want to come out of my bath like a lemon jelly ... or neon green thing ... might freak the cat out hehehehehe, AND the OH.

:thumbsup: for OP. great discussion point.
#17
Adamo
So you don't let your kids use shampoo or soap?



yes but no way would i let them have a bath in that stuff. its up to everyone what they do but i wouldn't let my kids go in it.
#18
uglybeautyqueen
yes but no way would i let them have a bath in that stuff. its up to everyone what they do but i wouldn't let my kids go in it.


I'd put money on this stuff being either alginate or pectin, both of these are food-grade and appear in jams, ice-creams and all sorts of other foods as thickeners. When you add calcium into the solution then the pectin/alginate forms a thick gel, it's called an ionic-crosslink and this property is why they are used to thicken lots of foodstuffs.

As was pointed out earlier the "dissolver" pack is sodium chloride (table salt) where the sodium ions will replace the calcium ions in the gel, breaking the crosslinks and turn it back into a liquid which washes away. So, basically as "dangerous" as dropping your pudding on yourself! :thumbsup:
#19
It's made from sodium polyacrylate, which is the same tuff they use in Babies disposable nappies, and that fake snow you can buy. It is also used in the water holding gell you put in your plants compost.

I would think that if it's safe for the babies bottom, it should be safe for older kids. Not too sure about the colouring though.

I would think that Pectin would not set quick enough.

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