WELCOMING ALL CANDY COLLECTORS! DIY FLUBBER

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Halloween season is calling and what better way to spend it than making your very own flubber! Fun for all occasions however children should be supervised by an adult.

Fancy a 5% discount? Send us a picture of your DIY Flubber and we will feature you on our Facebook, Twitter AND our Blog! We love to see our customer’s DIY work inspired by our #weeklyblogs!

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You Will Need:

Step 1

In a container mix 1 1/2 cups warm water, white glue and a few drops of food colouring. Top Tip: Since this is for the Halloween season work with orange, red or purple for a spooky effect!

Step 2

In a second container mix 1 1/3 cups warm water and 3 Teaspoons of Sodium Tetraborate (Borax) 5% Solution.

Step 3

Mix the Sodium Tetraborate (Borax) 5% Solution mixture into the glue mixture until combined. Please Note: After mixing their may be some mixture in the bottom of the container, don’t worry about this).

Step 4

Place Flubber on a tray and allow this to stand for a few minutes, once this time has gone you can begin playing with it!

Storage

Store in a air tight container for maximum use.

*Children should be under supervision throughout this experiment. Handle this chemical with a lot of caution including using safety goggles, gloves, apron and wearing appropriate clothing and shoes. We do not accept any responsibility for participating in this experiment*

Fancy a 5% discount? Send us a picture of your DIY Flubber and we will feature you on our Facebook, Twitter AND our Blog! We love to see our customer’s DIY work inspired by our #weeklyblogs!

To receive your 5% discount code, email – info@apcpure.com with an image of your DIY Flubber!

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