This kit is sold by a variety of companies, but it's the same kit under different names, mostly with the terms "gross" and "magic" in the titles. The kit is priced around $35, which will depend on the branding and company.
A magic tube that's dressed to look like a miniature trash can allows kids to perform several tricks. Kids can show the trash can empty and then produce their choice of trash (not included), an egg (not included), stained toilet paper (the kit explains how to make fake tissue), a rubber cockroach (included) and slime (included, in different colors).
There's a fun trick where water is poured into the garbage can and out comes dirty ice cubes. And unlike the standard ice trick, you can show the container empty at the end. Kids can also change items using the garbage can, for example, one color slime for another.
The Eye Has It
A prop called "The Cockroach Eggs" is a gag that makes spectators think that there are live cockroach eggs that they hear inside of an envelope. There are card tricks that employ "Gross Cards" (included) that deal with smelly skunks, fleas, dirty rats, bad breath and more. The gimmicked cards allow for mind reading, predictions and more with these themes.
A Tidy Bowl
While one version of the kit stated that it was for ages five and up, I recommend that a kid be at least eight before tackling this one. The instructions are clearly written and illustrated and kids need to be solid readers. A DVD would have been nice.
The Disgusting Goods
As a result, this one is better than average.
This magic kit is available under different brands through limited retail and online outlets.