Jumbo 4" Sponge Ball
Get a lot of use out of this huge sponge ball- it squeezes really small!
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Jumbo 4" Sponge Ball

Item Id: 90-1371 review 1 Review(s)
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Big ball from a very small space!

The Jumbo Sponge Ball is an excellent magic prop that has so many uses! Change a regular sponge ball into this jumbo one just like Monticup does in the video demo. Or produce it from any production box, change bag, etc. Though the Jumbo Sponge Ball does not come with any instructions, you can use it in any sponge ball routine. Find instruction and ideas in the sponge balls books and DVDs listed below.

This jumbo sponge ball makes an excellent ending to your regular sponge ball routine. Get a Jumbo Sponge Ball in a color to match your sponge balls set.

This is a quality-made soft sponge ball, made specifically to compress really small. What a surprise when it seems to appear from nowhere! And it's a super large 4-inch size! Great to be seen from a distance if necessary!

Note: This sponge may be too large for some children's hands to handle. We also carry regular sponge balls (see products below), which may be a better choice for very small hands.

The product photo shows the Jumbo Sponge Ball with three smaller balls. The photo shows you how large the Jumbo Sponge Ball is in comparison to the smaller, 1.5" sponge balls. Also, the photo gives you an idea of the colors available. You are buying ONE Jumbo Sponge ball- the smaller balls are not included. And, of course, the 4" mark is just on the photo, it is not printed on the ball.

Sponge Care Tips from Monticup:

Your sponges will last a long time if you care for them properly.

    Dip a small corner of the sponge into cool water. Blot the sponge on a clean white cloth or paper towel. If any color comes off, the sponge is NOT colorfast. Wear rubber gloves while washing a non-colorfast sponge so the color does not get on your hands. Also, do not wash this type of sponge with any other color of sponge.
  • How to wash your sponges:
    Sponges may be washed by hand in lukewarm water with a drop or two of liquid soap.
    Don't rub or scrub them hard.
    And do rinse them really, really well.
  • How to store your sponges:
    Store your sponges in a container that is big enough not to squash them. Give them room!
    Separate your sponges by color before storing them. Plastic ziplock bags are great for this.
    Do not store sponges of different colors touching each other. The color of one sponge may in time stain the sponge next to it.
    Do not store them in a hot place like the attic, or a damp place. Store them in regular room temperature conditions.
  • How to revive your sponges:
    If your sponges get flat from being stored in tight places, or look "bent" from being stored next to another object for too long, you can bring them back to their original shape. Simply wash your hands, and shake the excess water off them. While your hands are still damp, work the dampness into the sponge. You may even lightly mist the sponge and work the drops of water in. The sponge will gradually regain its shape.
  • Make your sponges more flexible:
    Some professionals even prefer to work a few drops of water to their sponges
    right before using them (with clean hands, of course). The sponges will be extra springy from the moisture, and may be easier for you to handle.

Here's what you'll get:

  • 4" Jumbo Sponge Ball (you choose color when ordering)
  • NO instructions

Sponge Ball only. You provide your own routine.


DVD- Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic
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BOOKLET- Sponge Balls
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Customer Reviews
4 Stars
Great Finale!
A great way to finish off a sponge ball routine. The only difficulty I've had is finding a good way to get into my hand without it being noticed (it's very large and bright). What I finally did was build a new close-up table with a little hidden shelf to keep it on, and I can discretely grab it from there unnoticed. I basically do the trick as Peter demonstrates here, but I like to make it a bit funnier by pretending to blow up the ball like a balloon, and it never fails to get a laugh.
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