How to make slime with flour and dish soap
It’s another easy concoction of 3/4 cup of corn starch/cornflour and 1/2 cup of dish soap to make slime. That’s all you need to do it.
Steps to follow:
• Add the cornstarch or your cornflour to a bowl
• Add the dish soap to the cornstarch or cornflour
• Mix until it’s well incorporated
• Then, get your hands in there and mix it until it becomes an oozy and gooey slime
Your kid would be able to play with it soon after.
This original DIY slime kit has everything you need in one box. It’s easy to make slime that has the perfect consistency for play and can be used for pre-set slime recipes or your creation. There are tools and containers for stress and mess-free crafting.
Have your kid enjoy an endless slime-making with lots of concoctions and combinations like a spooky alien egg, shimmery crystal, sparkly glitter, and the stupendously squishy. There are over 100 different slime combinations for kids to experiment with and to be occupied with!It includes mini foam balls, glow powder, snow powder, multiple glitters in rainbow colors, and vibrant blue, green, yellow, orange, red, and pink inks. This kit is simply oozing with so much fun!
This DIY slime set from Original Stationery is the must-have slime making kit for ages 7 and up to help develop their creativity and fine motor skills. It could also be addictive even for adults!
There would be no slime fails anymore since it comes with access to online videos and detailed instructions.Pros:
- Kids love slime and they would enjoy the different options available in this slime kit
- It includes glow in the dark slime
- Lots of colors and glitter to chose from with beads to add to it for extra fun
- Good Kit
- It has all the ingredients needed plus more
- You could make many different slimes with it and still has plenty of stuff left to make more
- Best complete slime kit
- Some containers might have missing lids
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