More polymer ball craziness. The clear, colourless small polymer balls are placed in coloured water where they expand over time, absorbing water and colour. The polymer completely binds to the water… so even when the ball is cut open, there is no ‘wetness’ despite most of its mass consisting of absorbed water.

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