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Hey, look at this! There's a broken canister of mutant ooze leaking down into the sewers! But don't worry because this sticky slime is non-toxic, and ...
Inspired by Dr. Anne Helmenstine with About.com, my kids and I found, and slightly modified, a recipe for making slime! My kids went crazy for it! It...
Make Solution "A" In one container, mix: * 1 cup of warm water * 1/2 tsp of borax Stir to dissolve as much as possible. Make Solution "B" In a s...
Pour Solution "A" into Solution "B" And right before your eyes will magically appear a gooey green flubber! Holding this in front of a light makes i...
I wanted to make a fun container for this ooze, and using these materials, came up with this one. Materials: *2 black 2" ABS clean-out adaptors *2 b...
With the ooze inside the container, I tried adding a yellow glow-stick to see what effect it would have. It made the slime glow an eerie green light ...
That's how to make your very own Ninja Turtle Ooze. Haven't see the video yet? You can still see it here! If you like this project perhaps you'll li...
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hey king i dont have borax in my country so idk what to make it out ofanyway good job
Your videos are awesome. I made this about an hour ago. I couldn't find clear glue so I used white glue. It also doesn't seem as slimy but it is still really awesome!
Have you ever tried making slime bubbles? They are really cool and you basically just flatten the slime and put it on a pvc pipe and blow through. Super cool
i love your youtube channel
I made this just a few moments ago.
My brother and I made this for a Christmas present for our younger sister. The only clear glue we could find was BiC School Glue Clear Gel, from Spotlight. It worked out really well! It was going to be too expensive to find similar adaptors and plugs, so we just used PVC pipe caps, and glued one to one end of the tube and used the other one as a top to put on and off.
i love the ooze thx
hey grant thanks for the great instructable i love your vids on you tube but i wanted to know if you have a kik or instagram you use be cause im making a new youtube and im announcing all the prop and stuff on there so thanks for the instructable and c u soon on youtube i mean :D
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Hey Grant , Thanks for recipe... Here is mine
bro that looks so cool
very fun! i tried this out and i was sticky and slimy and gross. i love it!
I just made this awesome stuff. I love it!!!
Thanks for the thing! I needed it for a science project and I think im going to ask my mom to buy this stuff. Im also going to add something to make it glow...
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