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Offline nasty

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Icky Poo Recipe
« on: October 09, 2007, 01:56:27 PM »
A guy named John Chen, invented the sticky, stretchy thing we buy at the gumball machine.  You fling it and it sticks to the wall.  I want the recipe for the stuff but i cant find it.  Its commercial name is "Icky Poo",  was manufactured under Applied Elastomers.  Its made with gels.  It looks easy to make.

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Re: Icky Poo Recipe
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2007, 06:07:50 PM »
Maybe if someone could just clarify some keywords.  I know WHAT this guy is talking/asking about, but I'm sure it has a more popular name.

A google search of ("Applied Elastomers" + "Icky Poo") gives 0 hits.

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Re: Icky Poo Recipe
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2008, 11:18:26 PM »

Slime was a product manufactured by Mattel and introduced in the winter of 1976. Slime consisted of a viscous, oozing green material made primarily from guar gum and sold in a plastic trash can. Different variations of toys were released over the years, including toys containing rubber insects, eyeballs, and worms, Masters of the Universe Slime for Hordak's Slime Pit playset, and, of course, the "Ecto-Plazm" (sic) sold with select figures in the Real Ghostbusters toyline.

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