snot

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Stormy Stewart

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@karlyn255

This is a gross green slime, great for Halloween and other occasions requiring snot like boys parties or sleep overs.

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Ingredients

How to Make snot

Step-by-Step

  1. Borax Powder
    Elmer's Glue
    Water
    Food Coloring
    Measuring Cups
    Baggies or Bowls
  2. Stir 1/8 cup borax into 500 ml warm water. It's okay if some borax remains undissolved. Allow solution to cool to room temperature.
    In a separate container, stir 2 spoonfuls of glue into 3 spoonfuls of water. White glue will give you opaque snot (more booger than snot); glue gel will produce you translucent slimy snot.
    Stir a couple of drops of food coloring into the glue mixture.
    Add a spoonful of the borax solution to the glue mixture. Stir (if in a bowl) or squish (if in a baggie).
    Have fun with your snot!
    Tips:
    Elmer's glue is a non-toxic, water-based white glue or a non-toxic blue or clear gel. Another brand may be substituted.
    A little yellow food coloring could be added for that extra sickly touch.
    Don't eat or inhale the snot. Borax isn't particularly toxic, but isn't good for you either.
    Borax is found in the household cleaner or laundry section of the store. It's commonly used as a detergent booster.
    Wash your hands after playing with your snot.

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About snot

Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids
Hashtags: #halloween #samhain



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