Conversation Between SirSquishy and softsquishyballoon
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  1. softsquishyballoon
    23-05-2020 03:12 PM
    softsquishyballoon
    Thank you so much! My Wubble Bubble ball just arrived, and I am loving it.
  2. SirSquishy
    22-05-2020 01:24 AM
    SirSquishy
    Hey sorry for long response time. Very busy lately. As far as cattex and rifco, I only had one of each. Had a 72" cattex which I LOVED, and it loved me back. Not sure how long it takes to soften, couldn't keep it very long as my living arrangements changed. Not super impressed with rifco. The Rifco jellybean I had didn't last long, but I was riding it rather hard.

    The main difference between a wubble bubble and a balloon is the material. Wubbles bubbles aren't latex, they're something else. The manufacturer doesn't say what they're made out of, but I suspect they're made out of TPR or Thermoplastic elastomer. Manufacturer says it's completely safe material. I've had mine for months and have had no problems. I'd definitely recommend the larger wubble bubble (3 or 4 foot one). Smothering the inflated wubble in lube also helps alot, you'll see what I mean
  3. softsquishyballoon
    19-05-2020 12:10 AM
    softsquishyballoon
    Okay, next week Tuesday, I should be getting my wubble bubble.
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  5. softsquishyballoon
    18-05-2020 07:29 AM
    softsquishyballoon
    I found this. What are the main differences between a wubble bubble and a balloon? Either way, I really like how it looks.
  6. softsquishyballoon
    18-05-2020 06:50 AM
    softsquishyballoon
    I'll have to look into wubble bubble. It sounds cool. I'll not tried too many balloon brands yet. The one I like least is a grocery store brand I tried, which only went to nine inches.

    Way to Celebrate (Walmart brand) is pretty decent for the price, although it takes a few weeks for those balloons to soften. The ones that are about three months old are super soft, now - and heavenly to the touch.

    I just got Unique last week Wednesday, and it seems that they'll soften much faster. They're about as soft as my five week old Way to Celebrate balloons.

    How long does it take for Cattex to soften? And do they usually have pronounced drip points? What about Rifco.
  7. SirSquishy
    18-05-2020 05:18 AM
    SirSquishy
    I haven't tried a lot of brands yet. I like Cattex. Have also tried Rifco. I'm also into other inflatables. If you like soft and squishy, have you tried the wubble bubble? What are your favorite brands?
  8. softsquishyballoon
    17-05-2020 04:51 PM
    softsquishyballoon
    Indeed!! Which brands of balloons do you use?
  9. SirSquishy
    17-05-2020 05:59 AM
    SirSquishy
    Hi, thanks for accepting my friend request. It's nice to meet a looner that also loves soft squishy balloons. The bigger the better!

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