Zimpli Kids celebrates Halloween with Slime Baff treat - ToyNews

Zimpli Kids celebrates Halloween with Slime Baff treat

'Slime Baff is our best seller all year round especially at Halloween,' says Zimpli Kids’ Eejay Enyi.
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With Halloween fast approaching, Zimpli Kids has launched its spooky gift for trick or treaters, Slime Baff.

The Halloween item can transform water into red, green or blue slime, which can then fill a tub to mimic blood to frighten guests, for example.

“Slime Baff is our best seller all year round especially at Halloween,” said Eejay Enyi, head of sales at Zimpli Kids.

“If this product isn’t on your shelf, then it needs to be. Slime Baff and Gelli Baff have clocked up over one billion views on YouTube since October – its no coincidence that our salesare currently over 300 per cent up on last year.”

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