Make your own slime

 

 
 
 
Is Elmer’s safe to use and non-toxic? How?

Elmer’s School Glue is certified by the Art & Creative Materials Institute, Inc. (ACMI) as non-toxic and child-friendly. Under this evaluation Elmer’s School Glue has been evaluated by a board certified toxicologist and has been determined to not cause acute or chronic health problems when used as intended. Furthermore, it is in compliance with all applicable U.S. Federal and state laws.

Are the Elmer’s recipes for slime toxic?

Elmer’s new slime recipes which are safe to make at home and include commonly used household ingredients such as baking soda and contact lens solution. Containing only trace amounts of boric acid, contact lens solution can be purchased over the counter and is regulated by the FDA. Baking soda is a common safe food ingredient..

How do I use and store slime properly?

Slime should only be made under adult supervision and not by children under the age of 3. Slime should never be ingested, should be discarded if it starts to change color or odor, and consumers should always thoroughly wash their hands before and after playing with slime.

Are all of the ingredients in Elmer’s slime recipes safe for use?

The ingredients in the Elmer’s slime recipes posted online at Elmers.com/slime are commonly used household ingredients such as baking soda and contact lens solution. Containing only trace amounts of boric acid, contact lens solution can be purchased over the counter and is regulated by the FDA. Baking soda is a common ingredient in food recipes..

My slime isn’t not forming. What could be the reason??

First check if the baking soda has expired. If it has not, check if the contact solution has some sort of borate or boric acid in the solution..

Do all contact solutions work to make slime?

No, only contact solutions containing borate or boric acid will create slime.

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