- Bubber Modeling Compound
Molding and carving have never been so fun! Bubber is a soft compound that leaves clean, sharp lines and takes amazing imprints.
|Item #||Product Name||Availabilty||Price|
|1002069||Bubber - 7 oz. Blue||Unavailable|| |
|1002070||Bubber - 7 oz. Green||Unavailable|| |
|1002068||Bubber - 7 oz. Purple||Unavailable|| |
|1002071||Bubber - 7 oz. Red||Unavailable|| |
|1002067||Bubber - 7 oz. Yellow||Unavailable|| |
|1002021||Bubber - 21 oz. Blue||Unavailable|| |
Winner of the Creative Child Magazine Kids Toys of the Year and Dr. Toy 100 Best Products Award.
Have fun carving, molding, and stamping in a soft compound that leaves clean, sharp lines and great imprints. Unique, soft, marshmallow-like moldable dough which can be cut, shaped or rolled for continuous play. Easy to clean up and won't stain or leave a residue on hands or surfaces.
Bubber is non-toxic and never dries out, so it can be used over and over again for unlimited hours of fun.Feels light as air and fluffy as a cloud. Smooth texture appeals to people with sensory issues. Bubber is a creative way to encourage sensory, problem solving, cognitive and fine motor control development.
No grit, no sticky residue, non-staining, and never dries out. 7 ounce Bubber comes in a handy bucket for easy storage. 21 ounce Bubber comes in a box.
WARNING: Choking Hazard Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
|Storage/Care Instructions||Store Bubber in its bucket to keep clean and dust-free.
Do not get wet. Bubber will break down in water.|
Bubber is made from Silicone and it generally does not stick, dirt usually falls out. The compound does not want to pick up things. There is no oil or water, so bacteria will die on its own; Bubber does not harbor growth.
|Faq||Q:There's Bubber in my carpet! How do I clean it?|
Q: Is there a way to clean Bubber?
Q: Can Bubber get wet?
Q: Do I need to seal my Bubber in an air-tight container?
Q: My child is allergic to gluten, is Bubber safe for them?
My child ate some Bubber. What do I do?
Our pet just ate Bubber. Do we need a vet?