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Topic: Looking for certain type of sponge balls
Message: Posted by: jah (Jun 6, 2004 08:05PM)
Does anyone know where I can get white sponge balls? The kind that are highly crushable and easy to palm like the red Gosh super soft balls.
Message: Posted by: Mercury52 (Jun 6, 2004 08:59PM)
I've never seen them. I think Duane Laflin had some that were close to white at the last convention. His website is http://www.laflinmagic.com I didn't see any on the site, but you might be able to e-mail him and see if he can get hold of some for you.

Kevin
Message: Posted by: James Harrison (Jun 7, 2004 10:20AM)
If you buy the Gosh sponges and soak them with some kind of dish soap over night, you can actually wash the color off them.

I almost did it with the pink ones.

Could always give it a shot.
Message: Posted by: TheAmbitiousCard (Jun 7, 2004 05:44PM)
They will get very dirty very quickly
and look like crap.

That's my opinion after trying yellow ones.

I could be wrong.
Message: Posted by: tgcramer38 (Jun 7, 2004 09:28PM)
I agree Frank. I think you would have a hard time keeping them clean. If they look gross enough, people will not want to touch them.
Tom
Message: Posted by: Chessmann (Jun 8, 2004 12:06AM)
How about taking some colored ones and dipping them in hydrogen peroxide?
Message: Posted by: Dan LeFay (Jun 9, 2004 10:54AM)
Didn't Hank Lee advertise once with so called "Snowballs"? I'd check out his website if I were you.
Message: Posted by: Andini (Jul 24, 2004 09:12AM)
Dan Garrett sells Snowball sponges. I have both the large and small set: very good stuff. They haven't gotten dirty yet, but I haven't used them in too many performances. I [i]have[/i] used his white sponge teeth many times and they're starting to get a bit yellow. It's kind of gross, actually. Dan sends you cleaning instructions for them, though.

You can contact Dan here: http://members.aol.com/dangarrett/