Home Made Plastic Very Easy




home made plastic is very easy even my 8 years old brother have done it and by the way he told me how to do it so move to the next step if you want to start and if you want to now me then reed the following paragraph

my name is mohamad khalil i am 14 years old i am   from Lebanon i am at the 9th grade  i like science and football i am a fan of tottenham hotspurs fc and i have my own blog were i put my latest news i writ it in arabic language bit in english letters

its my first published thing in this site so i hope you enjoy it

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Step 1: What You Will Need

you will need
and sorry i didn't put a casrol in the foto

Step 2: Mixing

put every thing together then mix it 

Step 3: Cooking

put the mix in the micro wave for 4 min on max power then put it in the caserol then heat it until it gets thick enough

Step 4: Cooling

when you finish put outside or in the refrigerator so it can solidify 

Step 5: Finally

finally it will solidify  and you will get your plastic

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    13 Discussions


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Good find, never knew you could do this. One question though; Does it matter on the milk? Whole, 2% or 1%?


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Ok, for all of you who don't know what you're talking about, this is not cheese. there is a chemical called casein within milk which is very similar to the long polymers in plastics you see today. once formed it makes A knid of plastic called galalith: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galalith , so yes this is a real plastic.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    This blew-out my my understanding of plastic; not being polymer based.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Do you know if I could use this as a mold? How much of each ingrediant do you use? If anyone knows what I can use for a home made mold (not the kind that grows in your refrigerator) please let me know. Thanks.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Once again people confuse plastic for cheese and cheese for something that resembles cheese.


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Have you used the 'plastic' in any 'build'? Can it be used & what further process would be required do you think?