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An alternative to FLOAM - anyone know of one?

(8 Posts)
sparkler1 Thu 18-May-06 17:17:58

DD1 (6) keeps seeing this advertised on the tv and really wants some. I refused to pay £19 for the stuff.

Has anyone seen anything similar around please?


Twiglett Thu 18-May-06 17:20:33

it doesn't work and it smells .. wish I could search for threads .. there's somewhere online that gives a recipe for it

I just keep telling DS (5) about the evils of advertising (I should know used to do it for a living) and that it doesn't work and they're just making it look fun so they can get our money to buy themselves things

foxinsocks Thu 18-May-06 17:22:15

yes I have used this ad as a lesson in the evils of advertising to dd and ds!

southeastastra Thu 18-May-06 18:01:26

I really hate that floam advert, all those garish colours! It looks like its made of polystyrene balls coated in thick coloured goo. I like fimo clay!

Twiglett Thu 18-May-06 18:32:17

it is made of poylstyrene balls coated in goo .. no seriously . that's what it is

cod Thu 18-May-06 18:33:12

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jura Fri 19-May-06 13:06:41

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chjlly Fri 19-May-06 13:07:50

I found some in a shop in eastleigh for quiet cheap I think - I will look for you next time I go there

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