Crazy Aaron’s Putty World Liquid Glass Putty, 3.2 Ounce

Color: Liquid Glass. Thinking Putty comes in 30 colors, including glow-in-the-dark, heat-sensitive, and electric-colored putty. It can stretch like rubber and bounce like a ball, and because it’s silicone-based, it won’t dry out or crumble over time. It’s part toy, part stress reliever, part physical therapy and entirely addictive. Once you start playing, it’s hard to stop! Glow in the Dark Thinking Putty is hypnotic and irresistible. Milky white in daylight, their glow magically appears when the lights dim. It’s translucent — so the glow appears to come from deep within! Made in the USA. Krypton DEFINES eerie, outer-space, alien, radioactive green! Charge with sunlight. Wakeup before sunrise to see it glowing hours later!. Perfect for anywhere you like to play.

Product Features

  • Made in the USA
  • Great for all ages
  • Hours of fun

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2 Responses to Crazy Aaron’s Putty World Liquid Glass Putty, 3.2 Ounce

  1. Tanara Petrova says:

    Very fun, but BE CAREFUL. I bought this because I am a hard-core science geek and I have a lot of very powerful magnets to play with. The product works exactly as described except for the long-span reaction, which is supposed to be a fluid-type reaction where it smoothes out and looks like a little droplet. It never really smoothes out, even after a week the quarter-sized glob I was testing held ridges and my fingerprint, although it did spread out pretty well. (That whole issue may be due to the added magnetic…

  2. Susanne Carvin says:

    not magnetic, but bonds with cloth at a subatomic level My first mistake was letting my kids bring it with us on vacation. No actually my first mistake was buying this sparkly rubber cement that is, for some unknown reason, marketed to children. My daughter accidentally fell asleep on top of this mass of glop, and in the morning, it was stuck to her pajamas and the hotel’s bed sheet. The bond was both unfortunate and, I have to admit, spectacularly impressive – it was like the goo had fused with the cloth at a subatomic level. I decided to pitch…

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