My New Stress Toys Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty

I think everyone should have heard of crazy Aaron’s thinking putty. After all, it’s so hot right now. I’ve never played with these gooey things before. Because they look like snot or shit, weirdly disgusting.

However, I wouldn’t say I like the temptation of boredom and shopping mania, and I finally got a copy of crazy Aaron’s thinking putty, and now I’ll share my thoughts on this product.

If you’ve seen it while shopping on Amazon, you’ll be surprised that it comes in so many colors. With so much variety will commit the difficulty in choosing, and I have encountered such a problem.

Which of the crazy Aaron’s super illusions putty is best?

A little brother told me the answer. He said it depends on what you mean by best. My personal favorite color is the Super Scarab one, but all of them look really cool. All of the Super Illusions putties physically feel and work the same way.

I think he’s right. So I bought a random one.

Even though Convid-19 is still wreaking havoc in the US, the delivery was very timely.

What is thinking putty made of?

Perhaps many people will be curious as I am, what is this sticky paste actually made of? Is it harmful to health? I found the answer.

The original coral-colored Silly Putty is composed of 65% dimethylsiloxane (hydroxy-terminated polymers with boric acid), 17% silica (crystalline quartz), 9% Thixatrol ST (castor oil derivative), 4% polydimethylsiloxane, 1% decamethylcyclopentasiloxane, 1% glycerine, and 1% titanium dioxide.

But what does it say, confused? The only thing to remember is that it is not harmful to the body.

What does Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty do?

I really like this putty; it’s fun to play with and good if you fidget with your hands a lot. The people complaining about how it’s not “slime” need to realize that it is putty and clearly advertised. It’s a little hard to get out of the tin at first since it’s tossed around during shipping, so the putty spreads out all over the tin in a weird way, but once you get it out, it’s fine.

I bought the super scarab. It’s got great colors (blues, greens, purples). The illusion part of it actually works in the light.

I have had carpal tunnel surgeries, which is a great way to exercise and strengthen my hands and wrists. I now often take it in hand to knead, stretch, play, very interesting. I’ve found this to be a great fidget for my autistic son, a great stress reducer for myself, and an all-around great distraction.

But there is one thing that still needs to be clarified. This is NOT slime; it’s putty. It’s about the consistency of chewing gum. And You must not eat it.

How do you get thinking putty out of your hair?

Squeeze in hand, pulling thinking putty is very good, but unfortunately got to the hair will take some effort. My daughter once had the misfortune to get a lot of thinking to putty on her long hair. This is a sad story. To clear thinking putty can make me busy. After some experimentation, I found that alcohol has a dissolving effect on it.

So If the affected clothes are a natural fabric like cotton, linen, wool, or hair, you can use rubbing alcohol to remove the Thinking Putty. Pick up some 70% Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol at the local pharmacy or grocery store. Position the clothes over the sink and liberally pour some rubbing alcohol over the stain.

The Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty could be improved.

Although The Crazy Aaron’s Thinking Putty has been quite satisfactory, there is still room for improvement.

13oz is not a whole lot. It is enough to comfortably fill your hands IF you have small hands as I do! My friends with average to large-sized hands could use a bit more.

2It doesn’t “puddle up” as fast as I thought it would.

3The colors are nice, though slightly “cheap” and acrylic looking when not smooth (so any time other than when this has been left alone for ~1hr, it will look dull)

Overall I think it is a great stress reliever toy. Both adults and children will get pleasure from it. If you want to play too, don’t hesitate to get it.



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