Slimy New Video

July 14, 2008 at 3:39 am Leave a comment


You don’t need to be a kid to make slime, though I confess I don’t get as much out of playing with it as my teenage sons, who are particularly fond of slime that is ‘booger-colored’, as they call it. This translucent slime is made using Elmer’s school glue gel, which can be tinted using food color. It works the same as the slime made using white school glue, just with a different appearance (that slime is opaque). Slime is a great project because it is practically impossible to mess up plus it doesn’t make a mess.
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