Rainbow Eco Products details sustainable sand-based products

Published on: 16th July 2020

Rainbow Eco Play creates its own innovative, environmentally friendly sand-based products in the UK.

Rainbow Eco Products

Launched by Rainbow Eco Products this summer, Slinky Sand is essentially slime without the goo; the product is made of sand which makes it dry, but it moves and flows just like slime. Super light and wonderfully tactile, Slinky Sand makes the perfect pocket money purchase. It is available in six vibrant colours and comes in reusable and recyclable tubs of 170g and 300g.

Smooshy Sand is a moving magic sand which is great for sensory play for younger children and is fast becoming a trend with older kids creating ASMR crunching sound videos. Kids can squeeze it, mould it, slice it and chop it, then watch the magic sand ooze through their fingers. Moulded and shaped much easier than traditional play sand, it is non-toxic and never dries out. Kids can choose from six colours including natural. Like Slinky Sand, Smooshy Sand is also supplied in resealable tubs of 170g and 300g.

For craft projects, Rainbow Eco Play has developed a shimmering arts and crafts Sparkle Sand, which comes in handy shaker bottles perfect for little hands. With zero plastic glitter, Sparkle Sand is made of 100% natural minerals and is brightly coloured, making it ideal to use for cards, decorations and art projects. The shaker bottles have flip-top lids designed for better control, to reduce mess and wastage. There are six colours of Sparkle Sand available in 220g shaker bottles.

Pastel, Fluorescent and Bright craft sand ranges are also available. New customers will receive a 10% discount on their first order by quoting code TWM10.

Email for more information or call 01749 841315. For full range and product details visit

View details on this range, plus more, in the Reboot feature in the July issue of Toy World.


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