Geek Daily Deals October 24, 2019: Halloween Slime Kit or Glitter Glue Pack for Just $9 Today!

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Elmer’s Halloween Slime Kit Washable School Glue:

  • Scream for perfectly spooky Slime with 1 bottle of green glitter glue, 1 bottle of purple glitter glue, 4 glitter glue pens and 2 bottles of magical liquid activator solution
  • Elmer’s glue has a Washable, safe and nontoxic formula for kid-friendly fun with easy cleanup
  • Elmer’s glitter glue creates a ghoulish green and purple Slime base that’s ideal for Slime and adding pop to art projects
  • Elmer’s glitter glue pens come in frightful colors that add an eerie, sparkly Dimension to your homemade Slime, writing and gluing
  • Elmer’s magical liquid is an all-in-one activating solution that transforms any elmer’s glue into wickedly goopy Slime

Get one for $8 today!

Elmer’s Liquid Glitter Glue, Great For Making Slime, Washable, Assorted Colors, 6 Ounces Each, 4 Count:

  • Add a bold, glittery pop to your projects and homemade slime!
  • Safe, washable, non-toxic and no-run formula
  • The #1 teacher brand, it’s ideal for arts, crafts, and school projects
  • Great for creating slime at home or in the classroom!
  • Includes: 6-ounce bottles of Purple, Pink, Red, and Blue glitter glue

Get one for $9 today!

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This post was last modified on October 25, 2019 10:12 am

Ken Denmead: Ken is a husband and father from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as civil engineer. He became the Publisher of GeekDad in 2007, and the owner in 2010. He also wrote the NYT bestselling GeekDad series of project books for parents and kids to share.
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