So Slime DIY Case – How To Make Slime Easy – Review

So Slime DIY Case Review – How to Make Slime Easy UK:

If your family has been gripped by the slime making bug, you will probably have had some sticky, anger-inducing messes to clear up. We grimly remember the cornflower and PVA concoction in the bathroom which required removal with a wallpaper scraper.

But before you ban the slimy stuff – which is brilliant for sensory play – definitely check out the So Slime range of slime making options because they are incredibly impressive.

From Canal Toys, the So Slime DIY Case is the easiest, mess free way to create slime without cluttering your house with lots of additional bags of flour, borax (which we don’t recommend) or mushroom clouds of cornflower hitting the ceiling and adding an additional layer of dust to shelves.

Contents of the product includes:

One Toolcase
Three Shakers
Six Bags of Slime Powder
Three Bags of Decorations
Three Mini Characters
Two Glitter Bags
One Sticker Sheet
One Tool

We were absolutely blown away by how brilliant this product is. It is totally mess free, as you can see in the video, we made it on a mermaid fabric sequin surface which got nothing but a small splash of water on it.

Everything you need to make the slime is in the case with refills available online.

It’s a ten minute activity so ideal for children with even the shortest of attention spans. It doesn’t require lengthy setting up, pop open the case, grab some water and away you go.

It’s totally fantastic for children with sensory processing difficulties who love to get their hands in mess.

It would also be great for teaching assistants or one-to-ones, looking for quick and easy distraction or sensory activities within primary education.

The So Slime DIY Case is £14.99
It’s available from a range of retailers online including Amazon

We were sent a So Slime DIY Slime Case for journalistic review purposes and have provided honest opinion based upon our experiences.

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