Many parents of children of broad ages, there was a time when our households were slime free. In most cases this doesn’t seem to the case nor does it look like it will ever go back to households being a slime free environments.
When most of us were kids, the only thing remotely close to slime was a thing sold in a either a red egg or a yellow container. Now kids are going to Walmart, Target, and Michael’s to buy gallons of Elmer’s glue, to create the ultimate in gooey fun.
Creative? Sure! Fun for the kids? Yup! So what could be the problem with this? The problem is that it’s only a matter of time until the slime ends up where you don’t want it. The carpet, a shirt, tangled in their hair, on a pet, or worse on a piece of furniture.
So how does one retaliate when the slime attacks the tranquil environments within the walls of our houses.
The first key to the cleanup is to know what mixture was used to make it. Most homemade slime consist of glue, sodium tetraborate (borax), baking soda, and food coloring.
Consisting of these three items mean the slime very very very stubborn. The glue makes the slime sticky, the borax and baking soda will make the slime resistant to regular soap, and the food coloring will tint any fabric.
Most slime will also be oily. Not being water-soluble, means soap and water will not work, leading to this post.
When it comes to slim, white vinegar is your best friend!!
JEM Cleaning and Property Maintenance LLC provides office cleaning, move in/out cleaning, deep house cleaning, and house cleaning services.
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