Nickelodeon Slime Scented! Review (Cra-Z-Art)

Nickelodeon Slime Scented!
What It Is
Bring on the slime with the Nickelodeon Slime Scented Kit from Cra-Z-Art, an activity kit that lets kids create their own scented, colorful slime. The slime mix comes pre-scented in blueberry (blue) and strawberry (pink). To get started, you'll need to choose what color slime to make: pink, blue or mix them together to make purple. 

Mix 10 ml of white glue with 30 ml of room temperature water and three scoops of scented colorant. In a separate bowl, mix two spoonfuls of slime-making powder with 10 ml of hot water--this is the step where parents definitely want to supervise. Once the powder is fully dissolved in the slime mix this bowl with the original until the solution starts to get the oooey, gooey consistency just right. Wait a few minutes until it cools down, and you'll got some sweet smelling slime to play with. 

Is It Fun?
We like how this kit really gives you everything you need to make slime and easily make multiple batches of slime with this kit without needing to run around looking for glue or mishandling the chemical used to make slime. 
Who It’s For

The Nickelodeon Slime Scented Kit is for ages 6 and up from Cra-Z-Art. It's for kids that are obsessed with the trend of DIY slime-making at home and parents looking to take the hassle and guesswork out of finding all the supplies they need to make slime. It will appeal to kids for the easy step-by-step how-to guide and the quick and photo-worthy end product.

What To Be Aware Of

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.

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It's important that the water being combined with the glue is at room temperature, too cold and the glue won't dissolve poorly and ruin your slime mixture.

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    None or Very Easy