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polka dotted slime

recipe 1
pour 4oz of glue in a bowl then fill the glue bottle with warm water and dump that in, mix. Then add in some colored pom pom balls (we used white school glue but clear would be better to see the colors)

in a second bowl one cup of warm water with 1 teaspoon of borax, mix very well

Then slowly add the borax water into the glue water, mixing the whole time.
note~you may not use all the borax water.
it is also easier to mix with your hands, the more the slime is played with, the firmer and less sticky it will become.

recipe 2
in a bowl pour 4 oz of school glue, then mix in 1/4 cup of water once mixed add in some colored pom pom balls
Once mixed add in 1/2 cup of Liquid starch (Sta-Flo brand is great) and con. mixing.
Tip~ again mixing with ur hands is way easier.
once ur slime is formed you are done!


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