Where by TO GET SLIME Materials IN SOUTH AFRICA! + primary slime tutorial





In THIIIIIIIIS movie I’ll demonstrate all of you in which to get slime provides in South Africa! Most of the products shown in this movie have been examined by us and we can really advocate. Other products shown in this movie have not been examined by us just before this movie!

I really hope that this movie is useful and that it advantages our SA mushkins! We know how discouraging and tricky it can be to get slime provides jointly. This movie just exhibits the primary substances you will want to make a batch of primary slime. We might do a ‘part 2’ movie in which we article about in which to discover excellent clays etc 🙂

Remember to observe that the products shown in this movie are NOT essentially what we use to make our slime! However, the glues etc shown in this movie will help you to make a really excellent batch of glue.

Where by TO Invest in ALL THE Materials:

You can get the Treeline Office Paste and Leech Office Glue from Takealot. Takealot also sells lots of glitters and clays which we will test out in a diverse YouTube movie. (go to workplace and stationery provides and just lookup ‘glue’).

Creams and borax powder as well as shaving foam and hand sanitisers can be bought from Clicks.

PNA sells Leech Office Glue (but they are frequently out of stock). They also offer glitters, foam beads and cute pom poms and other goodies for slime!

About us: We are a slime company primarily based in Cape Town, South Africa! You can get slime via our web page or you can go and stalk our Instagram @mushyslime ( and @mushyslimebts (

Mushy Mom’s instagram account:
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Audio by Joakim Karud (‘Lowrider’).
Enhancing done by Mush on iMovie and Windows Movie Maker.
All filming done with an Iphone 6S.

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18 Comments

  1. just a tip guys. with the leech office glue. if u use contact lense solution and baking soda and water it does activate the slime but after an hour or so after not touching it it turns hard and has a watery layer on top

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