Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Easy Slime recipe with Mod-hodgepodge (no Borax!)

Learn how to slime without borax! This simple Mod hodgepodge slime recipe only has four ingredients – you probably already have on hand. Are you delusional in the mucus? It seems to everyone is! people buy glue and food coloring by the gallon, among other supplies, all types of fun slime recipes.How to make slime Without Boraxyou may ask, if you have mucus with a Mod collection that you already have on hand can make. After all, it is a glue (sealer and you're done!). The answer is Yes, you can!glue, baking soda and detergentA basic slime recipe with glue and liquid starch white used the power of a mucus . . . slime-y. It’s more wet, as we like soft mucous around here. It’s another recipe uses Borax, which some people don’t like to use because it can irritate the skin.This mucus is awesome because it’s a slime recipe without Borax and it’s not so wet. You’re going to four ingredients – glue, baking soda, detergent, and food color. The “glue” in this recipe, the Mod is-smorgasbord of. Only Four ingredientsThis simple Mod hodgepodge slime recipe only four ingredients! You don’t need any additional glue over Mod-hodgepodge, and I have the best news for you: you probably already have all these ingredients on hand.This means that you can open the closet and start your Mod hodgepodge slime recipe now. Here’s how it’s done!Slime recipe Without Borax Collect These Supplies1 Cup of Mod PodgeLiquid food coloring2 teaspoons + 3 teaspoons of liquid Laundry detergent2 teaspoon baking powder In a large glass bowl, combine the Mod collection and a few drops of food color until there are no longer any white streaks. Add two teaspoons of liquid detergent and mix well. Add the baking powder to the mixture and combine until it is dissolved. Continue to add the liquid detergent to the mixture, a teaspoon at a time, until the mucus stops sticking to the side of the bowl and the stick begins to yourself. you can Store your slime in an airtight container to play with again and again. Keep it stored in a cool, dry place for best results. If you find your mucus is too sticky, add a little more baking powder and/or detergent. Continue mixing until smooth mucus texture, the look, you’re! If your kids are obsessed with slime recipes that will be fun for you. I couldn’t get enough of this Mod conglomeration of mucus. It’s so much fun, and you can dye a variety of colors. I think I’m going to try a few different colors and see what happens!If you want to find a video to this simple slime recipe in action, check it out in the instructions to the map below. We added glitter and play it’s just so fun.

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