Homemade Slime Recipes

Borax Free
by Belinda Gibbons

Publisher: Pronoun

Publication Date: August 06, 2017

ISBN: 9781537862828

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Making slime is fun. Borax free is safer!
Many millennials might be familiar with the term ‘slime’ from Nickelodeon, being introduced to the green slime of the decade. Recently, the wonderful gooey craze has returned, being the ultimate chase for both children and adults alike. Google search have shown a spike increase in the search for slime, creating a whirlwind of slime creators alike. However, the problem with slim recipes currently available is the usage of sodium borate, also known as Borax.
Borax is used in range of household items, including insecticide, toothpaste and certain stain removers. The chemical when exposed to skin, may cause irritation and inflammation to some. According to the Guardian, cases of increased slime making using Borax have revealed children suffering. Parents are worried about these cases, although the U.S. authorities have assured the safety protocols of the ingredient. Nevertheless, there are recipes that enables anyone to create slime without the use of Borax. This article is a simple DIY guide on the various methods of creating borax free slim.
There is some fun slime recipe instruction in this e-book. Some include Snot slime, Glow in the dark, Borax Free, Super Stretchy, Fizzy,Volcano, Rainbow, Sand and few edible ones like Nutella, and starburst and more like blood!
Enjoy and have fun making this slime recipes!