Sponge Foam Egg
Endless funny business with this sponge egg!

Sponge Foam Egg


Endless funny business with this sponge egg!


Ages 10 and up   Level 1

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This actual size sponge egg is your perfect comedy prop!
Imagine putting this egg into a paper bag, then smashing the bag into a little ball.
Where did the egg go, and where is the gooey mess??!!
Of course, it will be hilarious to produce the egg from unexpected places- from your spectator's pocket, or from behind their ear, or even from inside their shoe!
Or use it as a finale with your Cups and Balls routine.
Use it with your Rubber Chicken, too.
There is a LOT of comedy stuff you can do with this!

This is a quality made sponge foam egg, pretty realistic when seen from a distance.

Want to make your egg squeak?? Add a Squeeker!

WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Do not put the egg in your mouth. Not suitable for children under 5 years of age.

What is the difference between the SILICONE egg and HOLLOW LATEX egg and the SPONGE FOAM egg?
SILICONE EGG: Texture is smooth and rubbery.
Egg is hollow, but has only a small hole in one end for squeezing the air out.
Hole is not noticeable.
LATEX EGG: Texture is smooth and rubbery.
Egg is hollow, and has a large hole in one side for loading.
Hole is noticeable, meant to be hidden.
SPONGE FOAM EGG: Texture is soft and rough, like a sponge ball.
Egg is not hollow, and does not have a hole.

What You Get

Here's what you'll get:

  • Foam Egg (size is the same as an actual egg)
  • NO instructions

You supply the trick or routine.
Egg is the same size as an actual egg.
Egg is made of squash-able foam.

Tips & Ideas

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.

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