Slime, sometimes called “No” or “Oobleck,” is a lump of thick, sticky, sticky material like glue that feels sticky but isn’t liquid. Slime is a type of toy that is currently really liked by children. Of course, you can buy various types of slime at a toy store or other store that provides them, but you can save money by making your own at home. Slime can usually be found easily for a child’s birthday party, Halloween party, class activity or just to entertain the kids on a rainy day.
Slime (slime) seen from its history is a type of toy product produced by Mattel, which is sold in the plastic waste area and was introduced in 1976. It consists of a non-toxic viscous material, formed from guar gum. Different variations of Slime have been released over the years, including the rubbery, eyeball, and worm-filled insect slime in the 1980s. The main components are guar polysaccharide rubber and sodium tetraborate. As an alternative to polysaccharides, other alcohol-group containing polymers (such as polyvinyl alcohol) can be used for similar results. This non-polysaccharide polymer product is more commonly referred to as a flubber. Polyvinyl acetate (Elmer’s glue), borax and water can also be used to determine the characteristics of this slime.
Now this time I will share a little about how to make slime in various ways, with lots of materials with different shapes complete with video tutorials, here are lots of ways to make slime toys:
How to Make Slime with UHU glue
How to Make Slime with Salt & Shampoo
How to Make Slime with Fox Glue
How to make Slime with Slime Activator
How to make slime with tissue. (without glue, borax)
How to Make Slime Without BORAX/GOM
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