So Slime DIY Slime Factory Review

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Slime seems to be a bit of a hot topic across the playground at the moment. J has been nagging me for a while to make some slime. I  looked up making the slime but one thing that put me off was the risk of getting the mixture wrong and it not being safe to play with.  So when I was offered the opportunity to review the So Slime DIY Slime Factory with the promise of mess free, measured  2 step slime making, I knew J would be excited to finally be making slime.

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So Slime DIY Slime Factory Review

 

What’s in the box?

  • Slime Factory including a mixer
  • 10 packets of slime power
  • 6 packets of glitter and confetti with 3 tubes to store the glitter in
  • 4 figurines – we got a cloud, mermaid, ballerina cat and a unicorn dog
  • 3 Slime shakers
  • Funnel and tool
  • Sticker labels

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Was it mess free and easy?

With only the powder and water to be added it was pretty much mess free, if you add the glitter or confetti not as much – well we all know about glitter!  The way J could make it all by himself with no input from me apart from opening the slime powder packets was great.  He made one for his dad and loved being able to add the surprise into the slime.

I have to say this has been a big win, I know its safe to play with and  J has absolutely loved making it. He even asked to make a video on making the slime with it – first time ever! 

Check out how easy it is was for J to make slime:

 

The Slime Factory comes in 2 different sets, the one we received and a creepy critters set. It is available from a variety of retailers such as Smyths Toy Store and Amazon.

So Slime DIY also do single slime shakers and a So Slime DIY Case.

I was sent this Slime factory in return for my honest review, and as always all opinions are my own.

 

 


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