Color My Bath 119 Make Lots of Fizzy, Fun, Colorful Baths with 200 Red, Blue & Yellow Tablets in the Jar, 2.65 Oz.

September 27, 2017 - Comment

Toysmith’s mission is to supply quality toys and gifts while delivering superior customer service to retailers. We offer products in many key categories including: active play, science & discovery, arts & crafts, impulse & novelty toys, and nostalgic retro classics! Since our inception in 1981 our owners, Bill and Nancy Smith, have worked very diligently

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Toysmith’s mission is to supply quality toys and gifts while delivering superior customer service to retailers. We offer products in many key categories including: active play, science & discovery, arts & crafts, impulse & novelty toys, and nostalgic retro classics! Since our inception in 1981 our owners, Bill and Nancy Smith, have worked very diligently to grow from a small family business, shipping from their garage, to a large office complex and distribution center that stocks and ships over 1,600 products to more than 6000 accounts. However, our philosophy remains the same: maintaining a strong family work environment while offering the best selection and quality of products together with the highest standards of service to all our customers.

Product Features

  • 200 small tablets
  • Small tablets: 6mm x 4mm x 6mm (approximately)
  • Made in the USA
  • No soap or fragrance
  • Ages 3+

Comments

fw6888 says:

They make different colors and are lots of fun. Does not stain skin as long as you … My daughter uses these in her bath and in cups of water. They make different colors and are lots of fun. Does not stain skin as long as you don’t go over the 10 suggested on the container.

Amazon Customer says:

… many different colors and these made her very very happy on her birthday thank you My granddaughter loves to change your bathwater is many different colors and these made her very very happy on her birthday thank you .

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