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Today's plastics require oil to make but with the recent surge in oil prices and the negative externalities that result from burning oil, make making ...
Get some stuff: milk, vinegar, a strainer, a heat-safe container, a mold and food coloring
Pour milk into a container and add some food coloring for some fun.  Forgot to say: Heat up the milk but not hot enough for it to boil. I just ...
Add the vinegar to the milk and stir it to get the most out of the reaction. I used a fork to stir it.
Strain the solution to separate plastic from the remaining water, vinegar and milk
Put the plastic onto a paper towel and pat it dry with some more towels to get rid off some more of excess water
A mold :)
Put the plastic into the mold and let dry by itself for a couple days, or you could use something to help it dry like a hairdryer etc.
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