Even though slime is all the rage right now, Nickelodeon has been sliming things up since the 1980s. And now kids can make their own version of the network's iconic goo with the Nickelodeon Slime Neon & Glow kit. The slime in this kit is made from white glue and a special slime-making powder, plus it comes with neon and glow-in-the-dark colorants. All you need to add is water.
Follow the instructions to stir the glue, water, and colorant together in one bowl and hot water with the slime-making powder in another bowl. Then, mix the two concoctions together. Once it cools down, you'll have a slimy material to play and experiment with. The instructions even include a few experiments to get you started, such as trying to make balloon-like bubbles with the slime and seeing what happens if you change the amount of slime-making powder you use.
UPDATE MAY, 2017: Due to consumer concerns, Cra-Z-Art has updated their formulation to eliminate the sodium tetraborate decahydrate (Borax) with a compound that is as effective for slime-making but without the risk of burning skin if overly exposed. Follow all directions.
The set includes four ounces of white glue, one bag of slime-making powder, two pots of neon colorant, one pot of glow colorant, a measuring cup, two cups with lids, two mixing bowls, three slime sticks, a spoon, and instructions.
It's recommended that you protect your work surfaced with paper towels or newspaper before starting.
Make sure you store your slime in a resealable bag or airtight container in a refrigerator to keep it from drying out.
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