FAQs: DIY Bath Bombs

Rinse your eyes immediately with room temperature water and consult a doctor.

If part of the bath bomb is ingested vomiting may occur. Seek medical attention.

Make sure to store your bath bombs in an airtight container or zip lock bag in a cool, dark place. We recommend using them sooner rather than later for maximum effect!

Technically no; however, the quicker you use it, the better it will fizz and the stronger it will smell! The longer they are left out the colour may fade a little and it gives the smell a chance of wearing off. The fizz will also not be as strong as it can be.

The mixture may be too dry. Make sure to add enough water to the mixture to make a smooth dough. If your bath bomb is cracking after it’s been in the mold it’s possible that it was too wet and the mixture expanded as it sat in the mold.

If you live in a humid, wet climate, the moisture in the air can prevent the bath bombs from becoming hard. Additionally, the mixture may have too much moisture from adding too much water in addition to the wet ingredients. You can counteract these issues by adding a small amount of cornstarch.

Colors will build up on the tub more and more with each use. Because of this it is recommended that you wipe residue away each time to make cleaning easy. If this does not wok, regular cleaning products and some scrubbing may be required.

The bath bombs in this kit should not irritate the skin; however, they should not be used with broken or irritated skin. Reactions to scent blends are possible depending on the person so make sure to know what works best for your skin.

These bath bombs are intended for single use so we discourage doing this as in our experience they may completely break apart or crumble. If you take out the bath bomb after it has been submerged in water to keep it later it might still fizz during the next use but it will not be as effective.

When your tub is halfway full, drop the bomb under the running water. Continue to swirl the bath bomb throughout the tub until dissolved. Next: play!

FAQs: Pancake Art

Hold burned skin under cool (not cold) running water or immerse in cool water until subsides. Cover with sterile, non-adhesive bandage and do not apply butter or ointment, which can cause infection.

Treat the stain(s) as soon as possible after staining. The older the stain, the more difficult it will be to remove. Press a damp white rag firmly against the stain to transfer dye from the clothing to the rag. Rinse. Using a new section, continue to dab away the dye. When you’ve dabbed away as much dye as possible, soak the stained area in a shallow bowl filled with 1 cup cool water, one tablespoon white vinegar, and one teaspoon liquid dish soap. If necessary, weigh the fabric down with a coffee mug, so it remains immersed in the soapy water. After 15 minutes, rinse it under a cold faucet with the stained side down. The flow of the water will help pull additional dye out of the fabric. Once the stain is completely gone, launder as usual.

Rinse your eyes immediately with room temperature water.

While we do not recommend this as the mix probably won’t taste very good, you are not at risk of catching a foodborne illness as there are no raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs.

FAQs: DIY Slime Bucket

Rinse your eyes immediately with room temperature water and consult a doctor.

In case of ingestion, rinse the mouth immediately with water and drink clean water. Do NOT induce vomiting. Seek medical attention.

  • Carpet – Use a soft, bristled brush to loosen slime from the carpet. Dab with a clean dry towel to absorb all the slime. Then, take a rag and dip it into a bucket of diluted vinegar-water. Dab the stain and repeat several times until the carpet is clean. Finally, use a vacuum to go over the spot until it is completely dry.
  • Clothing – Scrape away as much of the slimy stain as you can. Use ice cubes to freeze the remaining slime on the fabric, and then crape the slime away. If clothing is machine washable, pre-treat with liquid detergent. Rub the detergent onto the stain and allow it to settle for 8-10 minutes. Then soak the clothing in hot water for about 25 minutes. After, put in the washing machine and hang it up to dry. If clothing is dry clean only, bring to a dry cleaner.
  • Furniture – Pat slime stains using a clean, wet cloth (only use distilled water). Do not press down into the fabrics as that may push the stains further into the furniture.

Call your veterinarian or Pet Poison Helpline. Do NOT attempt to induce vomiting at home or treat your pet in any other way without advice from your veterinarian or an animal poison control center.

Slime should only be made under adult supervision and not by children under the age of 8. Slime should be discarded if it starts to change color or odor, and consumers should always thoroughly wash their hands before and after playing with slime.

Not all slime will last forever. If this happens to your slime It’s time to throw out that slime and make some more!

Slime can harbor bacteria if hands and surfaces are not properly cleaned before playing with it, and it can eventually cause the slime to smell. Try adding a small amount of unscented hand sanitizer to the slime and massage through

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