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How to make GOOP! Have you ever wondered how to make slimy, goopy... well, goop? Well, here's a collection of many ways how to make goop!

How to Make Flubber


1. Mix together 2 tablespoons of white glue and 2 tablespoons of water in a paper cup.

2. In another paper cup, mix together ten drops of blue food coloring, 1/4 cup of water, and 3/4 teaspoon of borax laundry detergent.

3. Add 2 tablespoons of the borax mixture to the glue mixture and stir well.

4. Have fun playing with your Blue Goo. Store it in an airtight container.

To avoid stains, be careful not to let blue goo touch furniture, carpet, or clothing.

Blue Goo is a non-Newtonian fluid, which means it is neither a liquid nor a solid but has properties of both.

1. Pour in some of the cornstarch into a plastic container. Add a little water until the mixture is powdery. Add water or additional cornstarch to get the consistency you want. There are no exact amounts needed. If the cornstarch and water mixture is not the consistency you wanted just continue to add cornstarch or water until it is. You do not want it to be slimy.

2. Make different colors by dividing the goop mixture and add food coloring.

3. Use a wooden spoon and mix all the ingredients throughly or use your hands to mix it. Store in an airtight container.
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What You Need:
borax powder
4 ounce (120 ml) glue (e.g., Elmer's white glue)
jar or measuring cup
food coloring (optional)
measuring cup
Pour the glue into the jar. If you have a big bottle of glue, you want 4 oz or 1/2 cup of glue.
Fill the empty glue bottle with water and stir it into the glue (or add 1/2 cup of water).
If desired, add food coloring. Otherwise, the slime will be an opaque white.
In a separate, mix one cup (240 ml) of water into the bowl and add 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of borax powder.
Slowly stir the glue mixture into the bowl of borax solution.
Place the slime that forms into your hands and knead until it feels dry. (Don't worry about the excess water remaining in the bowl.)
The more the slime is played with, the firmer and less sticky it will become.
Have fun!
Store your slime in a zip-lock bag in the fridge (otherwise it will develop mold).
Use white glue, such as Elmer's brand. Most 'school glues' do not have the correct composition.
Don't eat the slime - it isn't especially toxic, but not good for you either!
Slime cleans up pretty easily. Remove dried slime after soaking with water.
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(This was one of my favorites, we did it in 3rd grade. Absolutely awesome!)
What you need:
2 cups Cornstarch
Food coloring (optional)
How to:
1. Place cornstarch into a bowl.
2. Add enough water to make a mixture like pancake batter (without the lumps).
3. Stir and add food coloring (3 drops per 2 cups of cornstarch).
4. Take it out and play with it.
5. Store in an air-tight container.
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Silly Putty Goop!
What you'll need:
Liquid starch
Elmer's glue
Food coloring
Small bowl
How to:
Put a quarter cup of liquid starch in a small bowl.
Add about half a cup of Elmer's glue and mix together with your fingers.
After mixing, add a few drops of food coloring and keep mixing it in.
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Borate solution:
2/3 cup warm water
1 1/2 teaspoon powdered Borax
3 drops food coloring
Mix together in a 1 cup measuring cup using a wooden spoon
Glue Solution:
3/4 cup warm water
1 cup white school glue
Mix together in a mixing bowl using a wooden spoon
Pour the borate solution into the bowl with glue solution. Use your hands to gently lift and turn the mixture until only one tablespoon of liquid is left. Flubber will be sticky for a moment or two. After the excess liquid has dripped off, Flubber is ready. Store in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. When you are through, discard in a waste can. DO NOT try to wash it down the sink. If it dries on carpet or clothing, cover it with a cloth soaked in vinegar to de-gel it, then wash the area with detergent and water.