What is this? Mix the baking soda and soap together. You may need to add more soap to give your slime a more slime-like consistency. Keep adding soap until you are happy with how it looks and squishes.
Add one squirt of foaming soap/body wash; stir. Adding a little at a time, put in one squirt of saline and mix. One more squirt, mix (don’t add too much or your slime will become stiff). Once the slime starts pulling away from the sides of the bowl, remove and knead with your hands.
Mix 1/2 a cup of Elmer’s glue with about a tablespoon of dish soap. Add 2-3 tablespoons of water and stir. The mixture will start to foam, at which point you can add in your favorite color of food coloring.
In a nutshell, yes, slime is perfectly safe for most kids.
Besides Borax, the two most common activators used in slime making are liquid starch (Sta-Flo) which contains sodium tetraborate and saline solution which contains boric acid. So essentially the active ingredient in all these activators is the same.
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