You will wonder how you ever got by without this Cleaning Slime Recipe and it’s so easy to make and works great!
There are some very awkward spots that have nooks and crannies you simply cannot access. That’s where Cleaning Slime comes in. Consider it to be your Cleaning Angel!
Have a look at your computer keyboard for example. If you start to scrape the letters with your nail you will see exactly what comes off. The danger, however, is that it ends up falling in behind the keys.
You will end up with a build up that could cause your keys to seize up. Cleaning Slime is perfect for those intricate jobs. Car Vents are another such example. The great news is that you can make your own at home with a few simple ingredients.
It also doubles as a great babysitter for the kids! You can make it colored, add glitter even .. they will love molding and creating with it. This Cleaning Slime is such a clever idea and you are going to wonder how you ever got by without it!
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You’ll love getting into those tricky little nooks and crannies that are usually off limits! Use it around the T-Bar in your car and any delicate area that you would normally have to scrape. This is a very non-invasive way of cleaning and damage free.
Homemade Cleaning Slime Ingredients
You will need -:
- 2 tablespoons of White School Glue, Elmers or Clag is best
- 1 Tablespoon of water
- 4 Tablespoons of Borax
- 4 Tablespoons of Water
- 2 bowls
Homemade Cleaning Slime Video
We have included a quick video tutorial that shows you how to make your own Cleaning Slime Recipe. Click Play above ⇑
Cleaning Slime Recipe Instructions
In the first bowl mix the glue and water and in the second bowl mix the Borax and Water. (Note if you want Coloured Slime now is the time to add a few drops of food coloring to the glue mixture) Once you have mixed them up, combine both mixtures in one bowl and mix together.
You will now have a consistency that feels like slime. It will be a wet feel at the moment so play around with it rolling it, molding it until it dries out. It should not be dripping water. You know you have the right consistency when you can place it on your bench and it lifts without leaving any residue. Now it’s ready to put into use .. have fun!