NOW EXCLUSIVELY AVAILABLE AT MICHAELS!

Goblies® Throwable Paintballs are paintballs that you throw by hand. They are painless like a water balloon and create a colorful splatter like a paintball.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are Goblies® Throwable Paintballs?

Goblies® Throwable Paintballs are paintballs that you throw by hand. They are painless like a water balloon and create a colorful splatter like a paintball.

 

What is the outside casing made of?

The outside casing is made from seaweed and other food ingredients.

 

What are the paintballs filled with?

The paintballs are filled with a food based colorful goo. The goo clings to skin and targets, but easily rinses off with water.

 

The paintballs aren’t drying?

The colorful goo in the paintballs is designed not to dry, so that it is easy to remove from grass, skin and other surfaces even after hours in the sun.

 

Does product contain latex?

No, the outside membrane is made from seaweed. The product doesn’t contain latex or plastic.

 

Can I buy them wholesale?

Yes, if you are a school, camp, or business you can purchase the products at wholesale prices. Email briana@goblies.com for more information.

 

Where is the product sold?

All Goblies® products are now exclusively available at Michaels.

 

How do you clean the products off grass and everything else?

The Goblies® products are specially designed so that the goo can be rinsed off with water.  Avoid getting Goblies® Throwable Paintballs and Play Paint on surfaces that cannot be laundered (like outside cushions) and unfinished wood.

 

How do I wash my clothes with Goblies® goo?

Just throw clothes in the laundry with detergent. Wash splattered clothes separately.

 

Oh no…. I got Goblies® goo on something and I’m having trouble getting it off.

Try dish soap and rubbing in a circular motion. Avoid trying harsh chemical cleaners that will most likely worsen the problem.

 

Do you do testing on animals?

Absolutely not.

 

Do you need a paintball gun to use Goblies® Throwable Paintballs?

Nope! Just throw them by hand, like you would with a water balloon.