It’s called H2Goo. This slippery stuff is supposed to create bath time fun for children. It morphs into a slick blue goo that gets them clean, then turns back into water and slides down the drain.
I'm not about to test this stuff on a kid, so I found a kid at heart: CJ Morgan, a DJ at 93.7 KLBJ.
“This is going to be a first time bathing experience for me, so I'm really looking forward to it,” CJ said. “I hope it's going to be as gooey and weird as it promises to be.”
The directions said to sprinkle the colored powder evenly over the water’s surface, wait two minutes and then stir. What we ended up with wasn’t a thick goo, it was more like blue water filled with gel pellets.
“It’s like bathing in Cream of Wheat”, CJ said.
After some playtime, we sprinkle in the powder that's supposed to dissolve the goo and turn it back into water.
The directions point out there will always be a small amount of residue left at the bottom of the bathtub but it will not clog the drains.
There was still plenty of goo left over.
“I'm not burning as far as we can tell my skin is healthy the drain is not clogged and most importantly I'm not blue,” CJ said. “I have to give it a thumb in the middle. If it had gelled a little better, if it was a little more consistent and if it dissolved quicker and easier to clean up then I would give it a thumbs up.”
You can find H2Goo on the internet. It costs about $10 a box.