Browse our most frequently asked questions list below to learn everything you need to know!

An area that is around 20×20 feet is ideal; however, we will happily fill a larger space for you as well. Foam parties are typically hosted on grass, asphalt or concrete.  This makes your backyard or front driveway the perfect spot to hold your event.

We recommend wearing lightweight, comfortable clothing. Bathing suits work great and a t-shirt and shorts work well too.

If you are hosting a colored foam party, we suggest a plain white t-shirt for the kids so that the can enjoy seeing their shirts change color!

Absolutely not!  One of the best parts of a foam party is that there is no clean up required! Our foam disappears on its own at the end of the event.  If you want it gone quicker, a quick spay down from a hose nozzle will do the trick.

Yes -100%! We use the highest quality foam solution available for our foam parties.

Our foam is bio-degradable, non-toxic, non-staining and hypoallergenic. It is completely safe for babies, small kids, big kids, adults, grandparents and even your pets! (Most dogs love these parties too!)

We use only the highest quality solution for our foam. It’s bio-degradable, non-staining, non-toxic, and hypoallergenic! It’s also safe for babies, pets, and the environment including lawns and gardens.

Our foam is made up of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Glycerol & Water. These are also the main ingredient used in things like shampoo, dish soap, and even toothpaste but without the additional chemicals and perfumes.

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), a cleaning agent and surfactant, is an ingredient in many personal care and cleaning products. SLS is derived from natural sources like coconut and palm kernel oil.

Multiple scientific bodies have reviewed SLS as an ingredient in personal care and cleaning products and determined its typical use in these applications to be safe for both consumers and the environment. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) includes SLS on its list of multipurpose additives allowed as a direct food additive. For more information on SLS click here.

Glycerol, sometimes referred to as glycerin, is sugar alcohol widely used in a variety of personal care products, including toothpaste, hair conditioner, cosmetics, and moisturizers. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is the primary regulator of over-the-counter products and food packaging materials. FDA has approved glycerol for use as an additive to food packaging materials. Glycerol also has been approved for use in skincare products. FDA has placed glycerol on its Generally Recognized as Safe List. For more information on Glycerol please click here.

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