How To: Create Toxic-Free Green Slime (Makes a Perfect Kid Toy)

Create Toxic-Free Green Slime (Makes a Perfect Kid Toy)

This slime is toxic-free and can be used as either a kid toy or to make a great prank. This slime can be made in just a few minutes and doesn't require much for materials. Our video explains in detail how to accomplish this project with step-by-step instructions.

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Step 1: Gather the Materials

  • Borax
  • Food Colorant
  • Elmer's Toxic Free Glue
  • Measuring Tools
  • Bowl
  • Mixing Tools

Step 2: Mix the Borax

Mix a ½ tbs. of borax with 1 cup of water in the measuring cup.

Step 3: Add Water to Bowl

Drop ½ a cup of water in the mixing bowl.

Step 4: Add the Glue

Empty the entire container of glue into the mixing bowl.

Step 5: Add the Food Colorant

Put in a few drops of the food colorant into the mixing bowl. We used a little green and red colorant. You can also use yellow and green or any colors that you wish.

Step 6: Mix the 2 Mixtures Together

You now want to add the borax mixture to the mixing bowl. As soon as you mix the 2, you will find that the slime begins to form. Mix this mixture together if your able too, it might be petty sticky on you really fast.

Step 7: Final Step

The final step is to remove our slime from the mixing bowl, leaving the extra water behind. Find a container to store our slime.

We found a great container with a bio-hazard sticker on the side, which was perfect for our project.

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1 Comment

actually , natrium tetraborate(borax) is highly toxic, so adding an excess of it or not maintaining hygene and security standards can make it dangerous.

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