Sands Alive Neon Frenzy

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Bring all the fun of the sandbox indoors with Sands Alive! Easily make and mould shapes, patterns or creative sculptures with this unique indoor play sand. The texture of Sands Alive is similar to cookie dough, but completely dry to the touch. Mould it into hard durable shapes and with a soft touch, it will break apart and appear to move!

This product is water-soluble, 100% non-toxic and anti-bacterial. Sands Alive won't stain and easily removes from your hands. The Neon Frenzy set includes 1.5lbs of neon sand, 4 Castle Molds, a Brick and Pebble Roller and a Play Tray with UV Black Light Glasses.

Please note: When you open your sand you will see it is compacted inside the plastic bag. For optimal use, take it out and place in any open container, or a bowl. Loosen it up with your hands and let it remain in the open air for 12 - 24 hours.

When you're ready to put it away, keep it in any container that allows it to breath. DO NOT store in an air tight container for extended periods of time or it will dry out.

Pricing and Purchase Info


Out of stock online
Dimensions:3" H × 10.38" W × 12.88" LShipping weight:2 lbs.UPC:010984025111

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 12

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Neat product, but misleading pictures I ordered this for my daughter for Christmas as she is fascinated with the displays of it that can be found in some stores. We got this set in particular because all the pictures showed GREEN sand. When we opened the box on Christmas Day we discovered that her box was actually full of orange sand, not green. The sand itself is a really fun product, but the puky orange colour (it's really unattractive when you're not using the black-light to look at it in a dark room) is quite unappealing. If you're buying this in store be careful to look for the small colour indicator sticker on the side of the box that tells you whether you are getting green or orange. If, like me, you order this online I have no idea how you're supposed to indicate your colour preference...
Date published: 2015-01-15