A: Yes it is one of the best activators for slime. I found don't now how just put a teaspoon of borax and mix it I with a cup of warm water. And it comes with a lot of borax so you can make tons of i me with it
A: We would not recommend using Borax for slime. We do recommend our sister brand, Sta-Flo liquid starch. Visit our Pinterest page for more ideas.
A: We do not recommend using this for slime.
A: We do not recommend using Borax for slime.
A: Yes it has no added scent.
A: There is not a fragrance added.
A: Borax is safe when used as directed and you follow your clothing's care tag.
A: We do not recommend bathing in this product since it is a laundry booster and household cleanser.
A: 20 Mule Team Borax is a laundry booster and all purpose cleaner. It can be used in both standard and HE machines.
A: You can use this on baby clothing but recommend that you use as a spot cleaner.
A: Borax, or Sodium Tetraborate (Na2B4O7 • 10H2O), is made up of sodium, oxygen and boron. Borax is effective at cleaning clothes and helping detergents work because it helps adjust the pH levels of the wash itself. We do not recommend using the product as suggested.
A: Borax is a good cleanser and odor fighter. When Borax mixes with water, the molecules will convert to hydrogen peroxide. You can use this to clean surfaces in your kitchen or bathroom. Borax helps fight odors that are caused by mold and mildew. Spray some on workout clothing or use in moist environments like bathrooms to keep things smelling fresh.The Sodium Borate in Borax interacts with hard water buildup that can occur on many appliances and faucets. Use some solution along with a scrubber brush to remove that calcium and magnesium buildup.
A: Borax works well in both cold and warm water. Make sure you add it to the drum prior to placing the laundry in.
A: TMT Borax is a laundry detergent booster and great for odor control.