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Where do you buy fungicide free cellulose paste?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by mrsh84, May 2, 2011.

  1. I want to put 'slime' in the water tray and heard about this. The only wallpaper paste I have seen in cheap places like wilkinson says keep away from children and does not state whether it contains fungicide. I know tts do it but are there any shops you can buy it from?
    Many thanks, I hope someone can help me.
     
  2. I want to put 'slime' in the water tray and heard about this. The only wallpaper paste I have seen in cheap places like wilkinson says keep away from children and does not state whether it contains fungicide. I know tts do it but are there any shops you can buy it from?
    Many thanks, I hope someone can help me.
     
  3. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    <a id="mainimage">[​IMG]hobbycraft if there is one near you
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  4. Thankyou, there's one not too far away so will try and get there next holiday! Have got some gellibaff to last us a couple of weeks (2 packs) and might try bubble bath and whisks this week. Thanks again.
     
  5. Msz

    Msz Established commenter

    Cornflour and boiling water produces a gloopy clear substance (would require lots of cornflour for a water tray I'm afraid)
     
  6. We might try that one with a normal sized tray! (have got loads spare) Thanks, it's tricks like this that you have to learn as you go along.
     

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