This kit will give your kids hours of fun. They can use their science skills to make the slime and their imaginations for continuous play. This is also good for sensory play.
How do I clean up Yuck?
The best way is to shovel it, sweep it, and for the last of it a ShopVac works well. Have a bunch of buckets on hand to scoop out of pools. If you have used tarps washing them off with a hose works the best. Remember that wherever the Yuck lands will be slippery for a while, so clean off tarps into tubs for easy dumping. Then just throw it in the garbage can or dumpster. Salt water works well to break down all of the Yuck Slimes, especially the Sticky. Do not use salt water around grass and plants.
Is Yuck Slime toxic in any way?
All of the Yuck Slime is non-toxic Request the Manufacturer Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) if anyone has questions and concerns. The only reports we have had of allergic reactions were usually due to perfumes, laundry soaps, etc that participants had on that may have bothered someone else. Very sensitive individuals should check with a doctor before playing in Yuck. This is very rare.The Yuck Tints ingredient list is located with the product info. Please call with any further questions.
Can I reuse it?
Yes, you can if it is within a few days, but once bodies are in it bacteria has been introduced. It can be dried but this involves having a large clean area where it can be spread very thin, and you still have the bacteria issue. Just throw out and buy some more!
How can I get it out of my clothes?
First hose off as much as possible. Do not get Yuck in the shower/bath as it will clog the pipes, (it absorbs water). Dry the clothes and then shake out well outside before laundering.