It turns out that Play Doh is a pretty great ingredient for your slime recipes, and just another ingredient you can use when you make it next.
This dough will not last as long as our traditional playdough recipe. The lotion will start to dry out from it within a week. However, you can easily revive it by just adding a few extra squirts of lotion to it and kneading it in. This will make it almost like brand new again.
tt Dissolve 1 teaspoon of borax into the 1/2 cup of warm water. tt Pour the borax-and-water mixture into the glue mixture and stir well. tt While stirring, the mixture will begin to look like gel. You should be able to pick it up and squish it in your hands.
Basically, as long as you have some flour and water, a simple dough is well within your reach. If you want to get fancy, some salt and oil can provide added texture, and a few drops of food coloring can make your dough any hue you like.
With just three simple ingredients, you can make colorful edible slime that’s fun to play with and safe enough to eat. Combine dry gelatin mix and cornstarch in medium bowl. Add hot water; stir, then knead with hands until mixture is pliable and resembles consistency of slime. Give these a try!
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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